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Code Coverage Alone Probably Won't Ensure Your Code is Fully Tested.

For this week’s CS-443 self-directed professional development blog entry I read a blog post written by Mark Seemann, a professional programmer/ software architect from Copenhagen Denmark. 420 more words

CS-443

NDepend, first impressions on a static code analyser

During my career, I learned on the hardest way how a poor codebase can be harmful to the business. I witness behaviours in teams such as: 807 more words

Continuous Integration

Using Code Coverage on z/OS

I decided it was time for me to try out C code coverage on z/OS. I have been working on the mvscmd application in my spare time and I wanted to ensure I was testing my code  properly. 1,072 more words

Testing

Better site documentation with Maven (Part VI): code coverage with JaCoCo

So you’ve been a good software developer and you’ve written unit tests for your Java code. But have you tested everything? Is there a part of your code that hasn’t been covered by your test suite? 819 more words

Java

October 4th Meeting - Code Coverage Component, Dani Beaubien

October 4th, 2017, 12:00 PM, CDT (UTC−5:00)
116 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago IL 3rd floor
Please RSVP if attending in person

Special Topic:
Code Coverage Component, Dani Beaubien… 181 more words

Brent Raymond

Code Coverage with Visual Studio 2015 Professional.

Visual Studio has in-built support for code coverage for Enterprise Editions only. For other editions – you have option to use paid/licensed tools like dotCover. 80 more words

.NET

Test coverage for service/UI tests using Jacoco

Though as a QA, using test coverage tool/library might not be the ideal way to figure out your test suit’s (be it junit, cucumber, selenium, etc) coverage, it helps to get a lot of insights from time to time. 415 more words

Automation