- Tue. Oct 17th, 2006 @ 6:00pm - 8:30pm
- Chicago Java Users Group (CJUG)
- Orbitz Building (Olgilvie Metra Stn), 8th floor break room
- Address: 500 West Madison, Chicago, IL 60661
- Fee: Free for first timers, membership is cheap
- RSVP to get through security and for food
Determining how your application will respond to real-world situations is not an easy task. What happens when the disk fills up, the network becomes unavailable or its latency increases, or a system administrator inadvertently removes a necessary file? Writing repeatable tests that create these scenarios can be tedious and error prone at best.
This presentation introduces fault injection as a very powerful technique for any developer to have in their toolkit. A brief introduction to Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) and other similar technologies such as Javassist is provided.
About the Speaker: Rob Grzywinski is an accomplished chief architect and senior developer with expertise in leading projects with short development cycles and limited resources. His focus is on producing quality software that incurs minimal maintenance costs and grows to meet future needs. Rob has run the gamut from content management with the Tribune Company to security with RSA and from rich clients from to embedded devices.
Enter at the Visitor desk - the third floor just one level up the escalators above the train level.