LSU – Tureaud Hall Room 204,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803,
for directions see map.
Sponsored By: eQHealth Solutions
TDD and Automated GUI testing in ASP.NET – Robert Turner
Test Driven Development when done in a systematic manner and combined with GUI test automation has the ability to greatly improve the quality of software produced in any software development house. As part of our agile process at EQHealth Solutions we have implemented an advanced test automation framework Using Watin (Web Application Testing In .Net), that greatly increases the rapidity of creation and utility of automated gui tests. This combined with a large and growing platform of unit tests created and maintained by our developers using VS team test edition, serves to greatly reduce the occurence of software defects in our production systems.
Robert Turner is the QA/QC manager at eQHealth Solutions. He has formerly worked as a developer and eventually specialized as a Test Automation Engineer working with most of the major test automation tools in the industry. He has developed a number of test automation frameworks and has managed to create some very innovative structures that have been instrumental in reducing the cost of testing while improving the efficiency and reliability of the software applications under test. He has worked in many different industries including Healthcare, Medical equipment, Finance and Education.
Toastmasters 101 – Stacy Vicknair (MVP)
5:45 pm – 6:15 pm: General Introduction/Food and Drinks
6:15 pm – 7:30 pm: Presentations
7:30 pm – until: Open forum for questions
About EQHealth Solutions
EQHealth Solutions Inc, is a non profit health care services company, leading the way toward making fully coordinated care a reality. Its services and innovative software products are a cost-effective solution to today’s key health care challenges of over utilization, episodic care, poor discharge planning and the lack of follow-up care. They improve upon disease and case management approaches by enhancing the relationships between patients and their physicians.