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About This Episode
In this episode, find out why jUnit is the gold standard for unit testing Java applications. Author Cătălin Tudose will share his thoughts on JUnit testing, JUnit 5, the Java Test Pyramid and more. Listen to discover all sorts of Junit-Java-testing advice awesomeness.
About Cătălin Tudose
Cătălin Tudose was born in Piteşti, Argeş, Romania and graduated with a degree in Computer Science in 1997 in Bucharest. He also holds a PhD in this field. He has more than 20 years in the IT field and more than 15 years in the Java area and is currently acting as a Java and Web technologies expert at Luxoft Romania. He has taught more than 2,000 hours of courses and applications as a teaching assistant and professor at the Faculty of Automation and Computers in Bucharest. Cătălin has also taught more than 3,000 hours of Java inside the company, including the Corporate Junior Program, which has prepared about 50 new Java programmers in Poland. He has taught online courses at UMUC (University of Maryland University College): Computer Graphics with Java (CMSC 405), Intermediate Programming in Java (CMIS 242), and Advanced Programming in Java (CMIS 440). Cătălin has developed 3 courses for Pluralsight on topics related to JUnit 5: “TDD with JUnit 5”, “Java BDD Fundamentals” and “Implementing a Test Pyramid Strategy in Java”. Besides the IT field and mathematics, Cătălin is interested in world culture and in soccer. He is a lifelong supporter of FC Argeş Piteşti.
Connect with Cătălin Tudose
- Company: luxoft
- LinkedIn: catalin-tudose-847667a1
- Twitter: @CatalinTudose5
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