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All About Test Part 1 - Choosing Your Tests

, 21 Jan 2013 CPOL
Beyond basic unit tests, how do you choose your tests and when are you done?


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Simeon Sheye
Denmark Denmark
I started programming as a kid and went through basic, C and assembler. I got a MSc.CS from University of Aarhus in 1998 and have maintained an interest for computer science ever since, that I enjoy applying to the problems I come across. I have worked in different roles as a programmer, architect, project manager and consulting in many different areas including databases, cryptography, server architecture and distributed systems. I am currently focussing on the testing done during development and seek to improve this through a combination of approach, skill and technology.

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