Migrating to JUnit 5

Where: Ocado Technology Bulgaria, Hendrik Ibsen 13, Floor 7

When: 8th of November, 18:30 – 21:00

Who: Kostadin Golev, Team Lead, Ocado Technology – Bulgaria

18:30-19:00 – Beer & networking
19:00-19:45 – Presentation
20:00-21:00 – Hands-on Lab

JUnit 5 was released more than an 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.

How do you migrate?
Do you need to migrate at all?
Is it hard?
Do I need to rewrite all my JUnit 3 and 4 tests?
Are there cool new features?
Is there something not yet supported?
Will I be able to migrate my own project after this event?
Come, drink, eat and code with us to find out!

If you want to participate in the Hands-on Lab, please bring a laptop with Git, Maven, Java 8 and your favourite IDE installed and ready to use.