If you’re interested in learning about the Fakes framework (formerly Microsoft Moles) that’s included with Visual Studio 2012 you have two opportunities to do so this week. Those in Fort Wayne, Indiana should attend tomorrow’s (June 12) NUFW meeting. If Indianapolis is more convenient, feel free to attend Thursday’s IndyNDA meeting instead. Of course, if you just want to heckle me attending both is also an option!
If either of these events interest you please check the appropriate group’s site for logistics. I hope to see you there!
Ok, this should be the last post about speaking engagements for a while ;) I have something else in the works that’s going to take a lot of my attention for some time (more on that on Friday).
I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be returning to Fort Wayne in June to talk about the Microsoft Fakes framework (formerly the Moles framework). In this talk I’ll introduce the Fakes framework, discuss the use cases for the different isolation techniques, and show how to take advantage of them in your unit tests.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 12 at the Northeast Indiana Innovation Center. Pizza and drinks will be available at 6:00 with the presentation starting at 6:30. For more information please check the NUFW site.