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Even with perfect naming and perfect code, it is hard to read the story of your domain straight out of it. You can be certain that you’ll have forgotten some of the nuances about the code the next time you see it. Or someone else sees it, because very few of us live our professional coding lives in an area where it’s only me ever handling the code. Someone is going to come back to your code – in five days, three months or five years.

Luckily, if you write your tests the right way, they can tell the story of your domain in a way your production code can’t. Let us show you how to create your tests so you can get rid of your stale documentation.

Duration of the presentation: 45 min

Target groups:
Everyone who cares about quality, testing or strange edge cases from the real world. We’ll show examples from our working software. You’ll learn new ways to look at testing, and new ways to improve legacy code at the same time.

Knowledge Level
• Litt kjennskap



Mads Opheim, Technical architect
Tech lead who wants to make people awesome in a safe environment. Test-driven development, Domain-driven design and Modern agile are favourite techniques.
Working as tech lead in Computas, currently on a project for the Norwegian Courts.



Anne Landro, People > technology
As a functional architect and service designer, Anne is always seeking to ask the right questions so we’ll make the best IT solutions we possibly can. Her favorite topics are finding the real user needs to make sure we solve the right problems, and that people and their domain are more important than technology.


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