Topic: Service Programs and Unit Testing

Date:February 15th
Time:6:00 PM
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Speaker:Marina Schwenk
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Presentation:Service Programs and Unit Testing

Abstract

Do you have monolithic programs that you have to start breaking up into manageable pieces? Have you been tasked to start unit testing and don’t know where to start? This session is meant for you. We will work through the benefits to modernizing your code and why you want to adopt unit testing. We will work through breaking apart monolithic programs and how to write their respective unit tests. We will discuss some best practices in unit testing and how you can take some of those best practices and apply them to your everyday development processes.

Learning Objectives

About the Presenter

Marina works as a developer in both RPG and Java and is one of two IBM i admins at Everbrite in Greenfield WI. Marina is currently the vice president for the Wisconsin Midrange Computer Professional Association(WMCPA) users group, a member of COMMON’S New to IBM i (N2i) committee, a COMMON board member, a member of COMMON America Advisory Council (CAAC), a private tutor in English and Programming for students at an associates or bachelor’s degree level, a public speaker on topics ranging from RPG, SQL standards and unit testing, IBM fresh face for 2019 and co-author of two native RPG open source projects logging in RPG and IBMiUnit a RPG unit testing framework.