Webinar: Unit Testing with SQL Server and tSQLt

I ran into Sebastian Meine at the PASS Summit a few weeks ago and we were talking testing. Sebastian is the founder and developer of tSQLt, which I really like using. We’ve done some teaching together and I’ve delivered a number of sessions on tSQLt at various events, but we wanted to get more people interested in testing code.

I had a session at PASS, which was very well attended. 150+ people came, which was stunning to me. I was expecting to see 20, and afterwards Sebastian and I started talking about what else we could do.

We’ve decided to do a webinar, but one driven by you. We are looking for you to ask questions about code you’d like tested, or which you’re unsure of how to approach. Leave a comment here, or put your question in the webinar registration. The details are:

Unit Testing in SQL Server with tSQLt
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7623481833734658561
Thurs, Nov 19, 2015 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Join unit testing experts Steve Jones and Sebastian Meine for this exciting opportunity to learn about unit testing and the tSQLt framework to improve your T-SQL code quality and maintainability. If this day/time is not good for you, register anyway so you receive a link to the recording when it is available.

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2 Responses to Webinar: Unit Testing with SQL Server and tSQLt

  1. sqlwayne says:

    RATS! I won’t be in the office that day, and considering the drugs I’ll be doing that morning to cope with the reason that I won’t be there, I won’t be in a fit state to watch from home. So I guess I’ll catch the link later. Unfortunately I am in a situation where I don’t know what I don’t know, so I can’t propose any questions in advance. So expect followup questions later!

    *sigh*

    • way0utwest says:

      No worries, we’ll record it. We’ve collecting questions ahead of time, which we’ll try to answer in the webinar, so if you’ve got some code you wonder how to test, post it.

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