Erlang User Group Meeting - 11 December
The next Erlang User Group Meeting will take place on the 11th of December 2012. Thomas Arts and Steven Gravell will share their experience on testing. The Meeting will start at 6.30 pm at the Erlang Solutions headquarters. Please register on the Meetup group or email email@example.com.
Thomas Arts - Professor and co-founder of QuviQ AB
Title: Your tests as a simulator 6.30- 7.00
Abstract: Test Driven Development advocates to write a test before you write your code. It ensures that you have some test cases in place and that your final implementation is indeed reasonably tested. However, for quick prototyping, one still has the feeling to do duplicated work. In this talk we show how for deterministic C or Erlang programs, one can use the test cases for simulation. That is: it suffices to write the test code, writing the actual code is no longer needed.
The talk is based upon work in progress in the context of the Prowess project, an EU funded research project for testing web services.
Steven Gravell - http://mokele.co.uk/
manipulated variations in the board state, this proved to be
non-trivial, and something that required testing to get right. After
shrugging off the idea of writing a single case unit-test, I decided