Most developers (who writes test cases, but doesn't yet follow TDD) are interested in or willing to follow TDD, the only factor stopping them from following TDD is confusion.
In this session, I'll try to remove that confusion, so that developers can follow TDD without hesitation.
I'll be talking about following TDD, what should be the process, and how exactly should you approach TDD. While discussing on TDD, I'll also be discussing on writing test cases with Spek DSL and the different styles of DSL offered by Spek. I'll also be showing how to setup Spek.
We'll be writing a feature, following TDD and coding live in the session.
Spek being a DSL is descriptive way of writing rest cases, thus making them more readable and better organized, which will help further to understand TDD.
Moreover, if you're new in android-dev, but have prior experience in web, you'll find Spek more familiar than traditional JUnit4 unit testing.