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TDD For Your Soul

Wed, 04/22/2015 - 18:55
As a new Ruby developer, I expected to be challenged intellectually as I dove into algorithms, data structures, and object-oriented design, but I was disturbed to realize that coding, especially in an Agile workflow, actually challenged me personally. Web development pushes us to our limits, not only of cognition, but of character. Character has been […]
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Test Automation for a Set-top Box

Thu, 04/09/2015 - 17:06
This talk explains what a TV App context is and the kind of problems we can encounter when trying to automate the things out. This presentation goes through previous failures, their approach and what have been the key points to build an automatic test tool. Come listen how a few solders and some lines of […]
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JavaScript Unit Testing with Jest

Thu, 04/02/2015 - 16:27
Jest is an open source tool developed by Facebook that provides painless JavaScript unit testing. It is built on top of the Jasmine test framework, using familiar expect(value).toBe(other) assertions. This presentation discusses how Jest is used to unit test JavaScript at Facebook, why unit testing should be as easy and painless as possible, and how […]
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Better Than TDD: More TDD

Mon, 03/30/2015 - 17:52
What is better than Test-Driven Development? Even more test driven development – this time with deeper tests. Unit tests are useful, but a few examples don’t prove our Ruby code correct. Can we approach mathematical proof without ballooning the lines of test code we maintain? Let’s cover every valid scenario with exactly one test! This […]
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My Tests Are Killing Me

Mon, 03/23/2015 - 19:12
Since the early days of eXtreme Programming, tests have been touted as “executable documentation”. In practice, however, many tests fail to live up to that ideal and worse become a time sink when trying to decipher test failures. Using examples and focusing specifically on unit or developer tests, this talk examines the characteristics of readability […]
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The Thinking Tester, Evolved

Mon, 03/16/2015 - 20:19
Back in 2001 or so, there were some within the nascent Agile community who believed that direct collaboration between programmers and customers (or their proxies) would eventually obviate the need for professional testers. The context-driven testing community knew how unlikely that was. We are, after all, a community of critical thinkers. The argument that testers […]
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Mobile Tester and Developer Working Together

Mon, 03/09/2015 - 18:34
A software tester and a software developer discuss their experiences working at a medical device company to improve a heart monitor’s software. They share some of their experiences of how they worked together not only to find bugs, but were involved discussions on design, deciphered the complex architecture of the entire system, and worked out […]
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Test Automation for Behavioral Models

Mon, 03/02/2015 - 19:57
Model-based testers design abstract tests in terms of models such as paths in graphs. Then the abstract tests need to be converted to concrete tests, which are defined in terms of implementation. The transformation from abstract tests to concrete tests have to be automated. Existing model-based testing techniques for behavioral models use many additional diagrams […]
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