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Tuesday, April 18, 2017
6:00 - 8:00PM
BravoTECH Corporation 4835 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1000, 10th Floor Dallas, Texas 75244
BravoTECH is located on the Northwest corner of LBJ (I-635) and the Dallas North Tollway. The BravoTECH building is 10 stories tall with black windows. There are “Imprimis” and “CBeyond” signs on the top of the building
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Topic: Know Your Boundaries!
Abstract: Kris Slocumi will present Know Your Boundaries! Most boundaries are artificially induced limits within a program or development eco-system that are the result of development decisions. Identifying these lines of demarcation and knowing how to exploit them can lead to all manner of fun and an amazing array of possible behaviors. Here is what you will learn about boundaries: · What are boundaries? Why are there boundaries? Where will you find boundaries? How will boundaries manifest? · How to identify and craft tests around boundaries. · Understand how different technology stacks and n-tiered architectures impact boundaries (Steeplechase Heuristic anyone?) · Boundary value analysis and equivalence class partitioning. Kris will explore the myriad manifestations of boundary testing. Remember, the grass is always greener on the other side (of a boundary)!