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JetBrains Talks at CukeUp! 2013, April 4th in London

JetBrains is excited to be part of the third annual CukeUp! We are happy to do our part in making the conference a success, filling your mind and your stomach with two thirty-minute talks and sponsoring the pizza and beer reception. Join us for this one day event Thursday, April 4th at The Skills Matter eXchange in London. You may even win a free personal license in our raffle for the JetBrains product of your choice!

CukeUp! 2013

So what’s on tap? Under the guidance of Cucumber creator Aslak Hellesøy, this action-packed day features 30-minute talks on… you guessed it, everything Cucumber!

In our talks we candidly share our experiences with Cucumber and will be happy to answer your questions. Please note that the schedule is subject to change.

Productive Testing with Cucumber and JetBrains IDEs
Andrey Volkin, Track 2, 11:45-12:15

With the number of your Cucumber tests increasing, you need more and more time to find step definition usages or lookup where they are placed in your code. In this talk I want to show how our tools save your time while working with Cucumber and how code analysis routine works in JetBrains products.

One Testing Story from JetBrains
Kirill Likhodedov, Track 2, 15:30-16:00

This talk is about the practical testing experience with Cucumber in JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA and RubyMine projects. Why did we choose Cucumber? What difficulties have we been facing and how did we solve them? Meet several examples with interesting details on how we use Cucumber tests in IntelliJ-based products.

About JetBrains Speakers

Andrey Vokin is a Java developer at JetBrains. He has a Master’s Degree in computer science. Andrey is responsible for integration of Cucumber and CoffeeScript in IDEs from JetBrains.

Kirill Likhodedov is a senior Java developer at JetBrains. He has a Master’s Degree in computer science. For the last 3 years he has been developing and supporting Git integration and Diff/Merge subsystems in IntelliJ-based products. He assumes testing is essential but often tiresome, and believes that Cucumber is the right solution because it makes TDD and BDD fun.

CukeUp! 2013 takes place Thursday, April 4th from 9:00 AM. The cost to attend is £225.00. For more information and to book your spot, please visit the official website.

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