Presentation (individual, NOT a group project);Title: Review of an open source unit test tool (or Microsoft.Net test tool) of your choice (http://www.testingfaqs.org/ is a good starting place). For example, if you select JUnit, then the title of your essay becomes Review of JUnit (another good choice is NUnit.);Doc Length: minimum 5 pages single spacing;PPT/mp3: about 45 to 60-minute presentation (leave the mp3 to me I will do that) but construct a power point;What to write: i don?t have any experience as a developer, Obviously you don?t want to write a 5 pages of how-tos Instead you may want to;explain in a nutshell what is the motivation of a unit test?;explain in general how do you perform a unit test?;demonstrate the procedure of using the unit test tool;explain pros/cons of the tool of your choice;summary and your thoughts/insights;Your ppt/mp3 is a 45 to 60 – minute presentation to developers who want to learn how to perform unit tests. Your doc(x) is a written version of your presentation.;FAQs;Q. What are the deliverables?;A. You need to submit a zip file to the class website. The file name should be (YourLastName_YourFirstName_Presentation.zip). My appeal ? LastName first! You will save hours of my time! The zip file should contain three files: ppt, mp3 and doc(or docx).;Q. Android SDK has powerful testing tools which extend JUnit with additional features (see http://developer.android.com/resources/tutorials/testing/helloandroid_test.html). May I select Android unit test tool(s) as my topic for this presentation?;A. Yes. For those of you who want to join the Android hype, maybe this is your choice.;Q. How do you grade my presentation?;A. First, I evaluate your effort to determine whether you are in the B range (or C, D range). I then evaluate your insights, vision, innovation, passion, ideas, etc. for the consideration of A-, A and A+.