This talk will cover Behavior Driven Testing (BDT) using the Go programming language. Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is an agile software development technique that encourages collaboration between developers, QA, and non-technical business stakeholders to ensure that software meets its requirements. We will discuss how to write behavior-driven tests (BDT) in Go that are easy to read, maintain, and extend. We will also cover the benefits of BDT, as well as some of the challenges associated.
Announcements and break
Announcements, HR lost & found, open mic
Domain-Centric Architectures / Luís Soares
Domain-centric architectures emphasize the separation of business logic from technical implementation. We’ll talk about adapters, use cases, and entities, highlighting their roles in mediating interactions with the outside world and encapsulating user-centric operations. The separation between infrastructure and domain code is key to maintainable code.
More networking over drinks and the rest of the food