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Hot off the presses: On Saturday, June 16, 2007 from 9:00 AM (and lasting all day) Agile Houston is hosting a JUnit workshop.

Attendees will be pairing and TDDing improvements to, including: (quoting Agile Houston's announcement)
* A forum that lets developers post hard-to-test code, and "test case" responses that show coverage and test results.

* A JUnit roadmap that shows changes to upcoming versions, like the Hamcrest style API changes in JUnit 4.4

* Updated graphics, layout, and content.
I'm guessing the updated graphics won't be test-driven, but who knows what's possible these days?!

This sounds like a lot of fun so I'm tentatively planning on making it out, and I hope to see you people there! You just need to "bring your laptop" and show up "ready to sling some code." And Ben Rady said you'll want to get there early if you want some place to sit!

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