acts_as_conference 2009: TATFT: The Layman's Guide

Posted in Conferences, Development, Frameworks on March 26, 2009

You've heard it a million times, "TATFT". So, how do you go from being someone who wants to test, to someone who actually tests all the time? Do you need a spiritual guide who can show you the intricacies of testing, and how it can make your code better? If so, you need "TATFT, the laymen's guide to getting it right the first time."

In this talk, I will go from evangelizing testing, to actually showing methods for making sure your code actually does what you think it does. I'll outline approaches and techniques to help you get your projects under control. Also, I'll even get a little bit of theory which will allow you to approach testing in a more "enlightened" way.

About Bryan
Bryan Liles is a Ruby on Rails developer working on Revolution Health Group's portal. Bryan also is working on his own line of smarticasts (screencasts) and a book under the name of the Smarticus University. The focus of Smarticus University is to allow understanding of programming topics by building a solid foundation of knowledge and adding more knowledge through example. Bryan can be found online at

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