[Sacramento Java Users Group]
June 13, 2017
Nathan Jenan
Behavioral-Driven Development (BDD)
Behavioral-Driven Development (BDD) is a technique for creating applications while minimizing unnecessary work, code, and effort, but it is often misunderstood. Nathan will walk us through some of the principals of BDD and show live examples of how application design can be driven with quick and easy tests. He'll share tips and ideas on how to get your co-workers to adopt BDD, as well as hock his ebook.

Nathan has worked in the tech industry for over 5 years and is an automation and quality enthusiast. He currently works at VSP Global where he spends his time harassing other teams to write more tests and missing the deadline to submit his timecard. He works mostly with Java and JavaScript in his day to day and is very active on GitHub.

The sandwiches, drinks and raffle gift cards will be sponsored by TEKsystems, Experis, and The Scheuble Group.