Stop **cking About! How to write tests that need a lot of data?

Does your application store its data in a database? And are you struggling with writing tests that need a lot of data in that database per test case? Then this talk is for you! John Castelijn and Sander Kooijmans present 4 techniques to manage a lot of data in tests. They show examples of code in Java and Python to show that the techniques are not specific to a single programming language.

This talk was prepared for T-DOSE 2020, which was cancelled due to the pandemic. John and Sander recorded the talk so their preparations would not be in vain. Now that T-DOSE is back, we'll play that video on the big screen. Sander will be present in the room and will do a live Q&A after the video.

Sander Kooijmans

Sander is a software developer with more than 20 years of experience. He worked as full-stack developer in the domains of digital television, healthcare and production facilities. Sander likes sharing experience and knowledge with colleagues and at conferences.

John Castelijn

John Castelijn is a software developer in the IT team of SPS bv, a paint factory in Den Bosch. In his free time, he is a composer, guitar player and singer in the bands Might Migs and MySon.