JUnit 5 release was more than a year ago. More than enough time for JVM ecosystem to adapt and support it. Maven or Gradle, Eclipse or Intellij, Spring or Mockito – your tools of choice now support JUnit 5.
What are the cool new features?
Do I need to rewrite all my JUnit 3 and 4 tests?
Do you need to migrate at all?
How do you migrate?
Is it hard?
Is there something not yet supported?
Will I be able to migrate my own project after this event?
Come and find out!
Note: The talk will be in English. At the end we’ll organize a raffle, where you’ll have a chance to win free JetBrains license (for IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate or other JetBrains IDE) and tickets for jPrime 2019, Java conference in Sofia, 28.-29. May 2019, organized by our friends from BgJUG.
OUR JUNIT MASTER
Kostadin Golev (@kotseto)
Bulgarian Java User Group
Team Lead – Simulation Algorithm Development, Ocado Technology – Bulgaria
Kostadin is an experienced Java Developer and team leader with strong interest in unit testing and software design. Always on a quest of continuous improvement, Kostadin believes small efforts over time quickly add up. When not busy with work and family, he likes to write and share his experiences at https://kgolev.com.
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