Looking at the Empirical Evidence for Using Pairwise and Combinatorial Software Testing

This post addresses some comments and skeptical (in a good way) questions raised by Phil Kirkham to our recent posts: The Software Testing Community Needs More Empirical Studies.

Looking at the Empirical Evidence for Using Pairwise and Combinatorial Software Testing

This post addresses some comments and skeptical (in a good way) questions raised by Phil Kirkham to our recent posts: The Software Testing Community Needs More Empirical Studies.

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By Justin Hunter Mar 25, 2013
The Software Testing Community Needs More Empirical Studies

The call for more data-driven studies in Software Testing designed to determine the most effective test prioritization strategies.

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By Justin Hunter Mar 5, 2013
How Not to Design Pairwise Software Tests

Quick examples of how NOT to design sets of pairwise software tests.

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By Justin Hunter Jan 29, 2013
Getting Started with a Test Plan When Faced with a Combinatorial Explosion

Best practices for starting a test plan when there seem to be too many things that can possibly be tested.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Jan 2, 2013
How to Model and Test CRUD Functionality

Potential less-obvious variation ideas to include in your Create-Read-Update-Delete (CRUD) testing.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Dec 18, 2012
3 Strategies to Maximize Effectiveness of Your Tests

Tips to maximize the effectiveness of any Hexawise test plan you create.

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By John Hunter Oct 25, 2012
Pairwise and Combinatorial Software Testing in Agile Projects

How Combinatorial Test Design fits into an Agile workflow and why Hexawise is well suited for short sprints where quickness is a priority.

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By Justin Hunter Oct 19, 2012
Maximize Test Coverage Efficiency And Minimize the Number of Tests Needed

Understand how Hexawise "front-loaded" tests help you achieve extremely thorough coverage without executing every single test in your test set.

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By John Hunter Feb 3, 2012
A Fun Presentation on a Powerful Software Test Design Approach

Combinatorial Software Test Design - Beyond Pairwise Testing

 

Combinatorial software test design beyond pairwise testing from Justin Hunter

 

I put this together to explain combinatorial software test design methods in an...

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By Justin Hunter Oct 7, 2010
Karma, Context-Driven Usability Considerations, and Wireframing

A discussion about wireframing and context-driven usability in the context of the Hexawise website redesign.

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By Justin Hunter Jul 5, 2010

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