I’m helping teach a pre-conference session on Friday, June 5, 2015 at the Microsoft office in Philadelphia. This is an all day, paid for event, that looks at how you can use a framework to write unit tests for your T-SQL code. We’re the day before SQL Saturday #390 in Philadelphia
I really believe in testing, and am trying to advocate for it in many places. I’ve delivered a testing session that has been well received at quite a few events and this is the first time I’m trying a full day training class.
I am working with Sebastian Meine, the founder of tSQLt, to present the class. We’ve got a busy outline, looking at a variety of ways that you can write tests and use them to find problems in code. Here’s what we’re covering.
- Introduction to Unit Testing
- What is tSQLt?
- Your First Test
- Executing Tests correctly
- Effective use of Assertions
- Separation of Concerns
- Testing Exceptions
- Test Case Heuristics
- Dealing with Test Data
- Other Types of Testing
- How Unit Testing fits into your Development Process
At the end of the class, you should have some good ideas on how to build and structure tests in your own environment and be ready to start testing on Monday.
I hope to see you there, and register today if you want to learn more about unit testing in SQL Server.