Tag Archives: software testing

One-liner test cases

There are many kinds of testing. Detailled scripted manual test cases are quite popular but an article at testzonen.se might be an eye-opener if that is your favourite kind of test case. According to the article, these test cases are a waste of time and effort and demeaning to the testers. Instead they advocate a… Read More »

Do I have a healthy test suite?

With TDD etc we are all assuming that we have a healthy test suite. Now some researchers from the Netherlands and Belgium have published a way to actaully measure this. Their idea is to plot on one axis the percentage of the total code base that is test rather than production code and on the… Read More »

On the theory of software testing

C.A. Middleburg of the University of Amsterdam has conducted a literature survey to find out about the state of the art in software testing theory. I will quote one of his conclusions here: Some remarkable observations are: in the development of existing theories about software testing, what sets software testing apart from other forms of… Read More »