Design How Your Objects Talk Through Mocking

Konstantin Kudryashov (30.Aug.2014 at 14:00, 45 min)
Talk at Laracon EU 2014 (English - US)

Rating: 5 of 5

Design How Your Objects Talk Through Mocking

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Rating: 5 of 5

30.Aug.2014 at 15:08 by Anonymous

Very good talk

Rating: 5 of 5

30.Aug.2014 at 15:10 by Jeroen v.d. Gulik (99 comments) via api

Very nice in depth talk. Might be a bit high level depending on the audience so explaining what SOLID is, might help

Rating: 4 of 5

30.Aug.2014 at 15:14 by Jürgen van Dijk (31 comments)

Although I don't write tests (jet), it was interesting. Also for recognizing SOLID principles violation.

Rating: 4 of 5

30.Aug.2014 at 15:27 by Anonymous

Great talk, good material. I would have liked to see more references (http://www.reading.ac.uk/library/finding-info/guides/lib-citing-why.aspx)
Some people may not know you were referring to Robert Martin when you mention Uncle Bob.

Keep it up with the good work.

Rating: 5 of 5

30.Aug.2014 at 16:11 by Mauro Gama (5 comments)


Rating: 5 of 5

30.Aug.2014 at 19:01 by Frank Slegers (22 comments)

Loved the speaker's passion and knowledge about the subject, but a lot was way over my head. Some dp violations never even heard of. Probably the most complex talk of this conference. Perhaps some basic introduction for non-testers would have helped, but understandably not possible in such short time frame.

Rating: 5 of 5

30.Aug.2014 at 19:31 by Marieke Bednarczyk (41 comments)


Rating: 5 of 5

30.Aug.2014 at 20:20 by Gunther Groenewege (7 comments)


Rating: 5 of 5

30.Aug.2014 at 21:08 by Anonymous

The slides if anyone is interested:
http://www.slideshare.net/everzet/design-how-your-objects-talk-through-mocking

Rating: 5 of 5

31.Aug.2014 at 00:36 by Anonymous

Communicated very high knowledge. Definately one of the best talks at Laracon EU 2014.

Rating: 4 of 5

31.Aug.2014 at 11:34 by Anonymous

I personally found a lot of value in this talk. I have been using TDD enthusiastically for 6+ months and I learned some great techniques for understanding my code through the use of testing and mocking. I feel like this talk also did a great job tying in the SOLID principles and giving a more practical real-world analysis of how these principles look in code.

I would not change the fact that you use real-world style examples, even if the code is more complex as a result. There's enough simplified examples out there and this sort of information is valuable.

I would suggest a little less text on non-source slides, if possible. I would also liked to have seen a very short introduction to the SOLID principles at the beginning of the talk. "These principles are blah blah blah, object-oriented design, blah blah blah. They are important to know, and here are some resources to learn more about them." I think that would help to better tie this talk to some of the uninitiated.

Thanks so much for this.

Rating: 4 of 5

31.Aug.2014 at 12:44 by Peter Bosma (11 comments)


Rating: 4 of 5

31.Aug.2014 at 13:12 by Jochem Fuchs (58 comments)

Good talk. I did get lost along the way sometimes. Perhaps because I have very little experience with TDD, never mind BDD. But you got your points across excellently and I've learned a lot.

Rating: 3 of 5

31.Aug.2014 at 17:15 by Anonymous

The speaker considered many prerequisites like packages and design patterns. Some of us don't know this shit... yet.

Rating: 4 of 5

01.Sep.2014 at 09:06 by Matias Mäki (22 comments)

I really liked the the talk, thank you. Wouldn't have minded if it had lasted for another hour :)

Rating: 5 of 5

01.Sep.2014 at 17:13 by Frank de Jonge (49 comments)

A super practical explanation of a super theoretical topic. It sparked a lot of great conversations afterwards.

Rating: 5 of 5

02.Sep.2014 at 00:23 by David Sturrock (17 comments)

Brilliant to see a good in-depth TDD talk at this conference. The speaker managed to get a lot of detail into a short space. I'd looked into the arguments by DHH and others against TDD so it was re-assuring to see the difference it makes when done through this approach. A lot of the principles discussed also coincided with other talks from the day so it was good to see such consistency to prevent confusion in the audience.

Rating: 5 of 5

02.Sep.2014 at 21:53 by Anonymous

You're talk has made me realize more where I go wrong. Also will be giving this to a colleague or two :D

Rating: 5 of 5

14.Sep.2014 at 11:15 by Akbar Hidayat (1 comments)

Really awesome talk. A lot of the problems I'm facing while trying to write tests that make sense, are addressed here.

But I was lost on the topic about Liskof Substitution violation. And I'm really interested about the answer where people are "arguing" on the test code.

Rating: 5 of 5

17.Sep.2014 at 16:20 by Макс Волошин (1 comments)

Thanks for the fantastic talk!
Example with Mink driver was the most excellent as for me.

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