Webcast: Unit testing with the Palm Mojo SDK

July 10, 2009 Edward Hieatt

Next Tuesday, July 14, at 10pm PST, Chris Sepulveda from Pivotal Labs will be broadcasting an O’Reilly WebCast on automated unit testing with the Palm Mojo SDK. Developer testing is at the heart of Pivotal Labs’s development practices, and we’re excited to be involved in bringing testing to Mojo development. The WebCast will cover the following:

  • Introduce BDD & Jasmine
  • Installing Jasmine & add related code to the app to support BDD
  • Discuss how to write a failing test first, then add functionality to make a test pass
  • Develop a simple webOS application test first, with the Mojo SDK

There’s more information about the WebCast on webOSHelp.net.

Date: Tuesday, July 14th at 10 am PT
Price: Free
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes
To register: http://oreilly.com/go/palmmojo

About the Author

Edward Hieatt

Edward Hieatt is Senior Vice President of Pivotal’s services organization. In this role, Edward is responsible for the strategy, execution, and business results of Pivotal's next-generation client services organization—Pivotal Labs. In addition, Edward is responsible for Pivotal's worldwide technical field and software subscription renewal organizations, which help clients adopt and become successful with Pivotal's products and services.

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