Monthly Archives: April 2015

Reusing material on social media

A hat tip to Kirsty Rolfe for favouriting this retweet from Sjoerd Levelt: ICYMI: the lawyers kindly updated their blog after they were informed of the nature of @CathalUK‘s @MedievalReacts. — Sjoerd Levelt (@SLevelt) April 10, 2015 I highly recommend going to the tweet and viewing the conversation that led to this change. The […]

Boundary values in black box testing

In the paper “Testing software components using boundary value analysis“, Muthu Ramachandran demonstrates his experience of automating tests to study boundary value analysis on interfaces. He describes the fundamentals of black box testing approaches but at a somewhat higher level than I was hoping for. He demonstrates that the input and output values should be […]