STAREAST 2001: Bug Hunting: Going on a Software Safari
This presentation is about bugs: where they hide, how you find them, and how you tell other people they exist so they can be fixed. Explore the habitats of the most common types of software bugs. Learn how to make bugs more likely to appear and discover ways to present information about the bugs you find to ensure that they get fixed. Drawing on real-world examples of bug reports, Elisabeth Hendrickson reveals tips and techniques for capturing the wiliest and squirmiest of the critters crawling around in your software.
Elisabeth Hendrickson, Quality Tree Software, Inc.
Is a Use Case a Test Case?
This presentation draws the following conclusions:
- Use cases are extremely effective for specifying
- Use cases unify the requirements, design, and testing
- Each use case is a pattern for a test case and its
associated test procedures
- Testing based on use cases provides primary functional
- Unit testing of use case realizations, both static and
dynamic aspects, provides additional levels of quality
Dean Leffingwell, Rational Software
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