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The build is broken! How much time do we waste?

Continuous Integration (CI) encourages frequent code commit as opposed to running extensive QA process before merging the work to the trunk. I like Continuous Integration because the code changes are visible to everyone immediately. If someone makes a mistake, we … Continue reading

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How many tests shall we run?

As many as possible, of course. However, as I discussed in the previous post, we don’t have to run all the test to estimate the overall success rate. It’s useful especially for release scheduling. You can get the automation test … Continue reading

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Statistics of partial test cases run

In software development, the number of test cases is increased dramatically especially when you generate the test cases automatically. It becomes a problem when the execution time of the test suites is the bottle neck of the development.¬†For example, assume … Continue reading

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