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Session

Test Driven Objective-C Development
James Duncan Davidson, Author and software developer, http://x180.net/

Track: Programming & Scripting
Date: Wednesday, October 27
Time: 2:35pm - 3:20pm
Location: Stevens Creek

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Test Driven Development (TDD) is probably the big takeaway from the Extreme Programming movement. Well, that and index cards and a few other things. But mostly, it's about unit tests. Objective-C lends itself very well to testing.

This session will look at the various options for unit testing including OCUnit, OjbCUnit, TestKit, and along the way peek at a test framework Davidson has been building called UnitKit (along with some interesting lessons learned while trying to build a unit test framework). After covering the options, we'll dive into actually writing tests and seeing how tests can influence the design of a software project.



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