Good unit tests help you find errors in your code, and are easy to understand and maintain. Bad unit tests however, destroy the whole purpose of your testing effort. If they take over your test suite, you suddenly don’t understand
Software testing has become an essential activity in modern software projects. Unit testing promises automation and thus increased efficiency and reusability when it comes to software testing. In practice, however, unit tests are rather a burden than an efficiency booster.
Unit testing is a crucial activity for every modern software project. However, writing and maintaining code for unit tests is one of the most annoying activities in software engineering. So, why are you still doing it? Actually, modern unit testing
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has revolutionized many areas over the last years, from autonomous driving, cancer detection, to recommending video series to binchwatchers. However, advantages of AI also come with tradeoffs that are often not talked about. Speed VS Correctness One
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has revolutionized many areas over the last years. However, for the big advantage of fast automation that was not possible before, comes the tradeoff of reduced reliability. In this article, I describe why this is an issue
Unit Testing is a tedious, often monotonous, but crucial activitiy in every software development project. In this article, I show you how the intrusion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques into current unit testing practices will change the way we are
Artificial Intelligence is an upcoming trend in software engineering, and software testing in particular. In this article, I summarise recent developments on research in this area. The role of unit testing in AI for software engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI)
There are several ways to improve your skills as a developer (e.g. “Try This For a Week And Speed Up Your Coding Productivity 10x” ). In this article, I describe why one of the best ways to do this is to
Unit testing is (or at least should be) an integral part of every software project.Why? Running your unit tests after changing your code gives you the security to know whether (and how much) you broke some unintended parts of your
Thinking about positive and negative execution cases for your system, and then specifying them to an extent that they can be implemented requries quite a lot of cognitive work.And after you’ve done that, the tedious tasks start.You have to set
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