Speaking about Coded UI Tests at Chicago Code Camp

We are just days away from this year’s Chicago Code Camp and it is shaping up to be an outstanding event. Chicago Code Camp is an entire day of FREE sessions for developers of all walks, including C#, Java, F#, SmallTalk, Clojure and more. If you are a developer in the Chicago-Milwaukee area, you should set aside this Saturday, May 14th to attend Chicago Code Camp.

I will be presenting “Testing the User Interface: Coded UI Tests with Visual Studio 2010” and expect this session to be educational and interactive. In an attempt to make this session as valuable and targeted as possible, I’ve setup a UserVoice forum where you can suggest and vote on the content presented. I’ve seeded the forum with the topics that I have envisioned, but I’m sure there are other great ideas I haven’t considered. If you are planning to attend, please visit http://ericdboyd.uservoice.com to suggest and vote on the topics you would like to see.

There is an amazing lineup of speakers and sessions for Chicago Code Camp 2011, and you can get a complete listing with the schedule at http://chicagocodecamp.com. If you are planning to attend and you haven’t yet registered, please do so at http://chicagocodecamp.eventbrite.com. It is a completely FREE event, but event logistics are a lot easier when you know how many people are attending.

The organizers of this event have spent a great deal of time making this a world-class code camp, so please thank them when you see them. I would like to extend a special thank you to Michael D. Hall, Scott Seely and Clark Sell for all of the work they have done to make this event great.