Aberdeen Developers are pleased to present a talk by Gary Ewan Park on Thursday 28th March 2013 at the Robert Gordon University.
Mmmm, Chocolatey Goodness!
Do you use Nuget to control the packages that you consume in your Development Projects? If so, a natural extension of this is to use Chocolatey (which is built on Nuget) to control the installation and update of actual applications on your machine. Chocolatey is a Package Manager system for Windows, think apt-get on Linux.
In this session, we re-examine the basics of a unit test. We will work through a number of examples with continuous input from attendees. Each example will start with a test of questionnable quality, and we will work through the issues till we’re happy that it’s as good as we can get it.
In this talk, we will look at what Chocolatey is, how you can use it, how you can create your own packages, and make use of it to create fresh installations of your developer systems.
Gary Ewan Park has been developing on the .Net Platform for almost 7 years. Starting out with VB.Net and then settling on C#, his day job sees him developing using SharePoint, Silverlight, WCF and Ontological Databases. In his spare time, Gary is developing on the Windows Phone 7 platform, as well as investigating the Windows Azure offerings, and also moderating the ASP.Net Forums at www.vbforums.com. In addition, Gary is a founding member of the Aberdeen Developers .Net User Group, that holds monthly sessions on any topic related to the Microsoft .Net Technology Stack.
Agenda - Thursday, 28th March 2013
1800 - 1815: Arrival and registration
1815 - 1820: Introduction
1820 - 1920: Mmmm, Chocolatey Goodness!
1920 onwards: Questions and drinks at the bar
All attendees will be entered into a prize draw, with the chance of winning one of the prizes listed here.
Location and Directions
Venue: Room A12, RGU Building, St Andrews Street, Aberdeen, AB25 1HG Directions: Map showing St Andrews Street