May 17-18, 2018
Park Inn by Radisson Pulkovskaya
Pobedy Square 1, St. Petersburg

Configuration testing for Java developers: a case study

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Andrew Satarin has given a talk on recent Heisenbug about how to cover configuration with tests. Thanks to Andrew, we’re already doing it in our projects for 3 years now, and it was proved as a very useful idea, which helps us to catch many potential deployment issues early. But the idea of testing configuration is also quite new, with "best practices" yet unknown, thus write and support such tests could be a bit of challenge.

We want to share our own experience as Java developers: how we write Java unit-tests for configuration, how we benefit from them, pitfalls and workarounds.


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Ruslan Cheremin
Deutsche Bank

Java developer for >10 years. Has coded ERP for food and cellular in his youth, later developed LMS in 1C, and ad strategy simulator in Yandex, and nowadays works on pricing strategies in Deutsche Bank. Prefers to code bug-free right from the start, but sometimes uses tests to support his overconfidence.