notes and rants

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October, 2006

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    Debugging 100

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    Universities typically title their introductory courses XYZ 101: Introduction to XYZ. Often, the 101 courses require that students have some basis of knowledge in the area (e.g. pre-algebra for a math 101 course, or some level of writing skills for an...
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    Building better software with the NM model

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    In the course I teach for senior testers, we spend a few hours talking about different approaches to software development (waterfall, agile, v, w, rup, etc.). At the end of the discussion I, of course, tell them which approach is best. Of course, I'm...
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    Five questions with me

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    Michael Hunter tracked me down for his five questions interview series. The interview can be found on the Doctor Dobbs Journal website here .
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    Baseball and software

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    I have a talk at sasqag last Thursday. I got a lot of great feedback and comments, and I got a chance to talk about some of the ideas I've been batting around for the last year or two. (I spoke of how far software test has come during my career and how...
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    Debugging 100A

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    I have a couple of posts lined up in addition to this, but while doing some blog maintenance I discovered that this post will be my100th post, so it seemed appropriate to pick the post that "100" in the title. I had a few supportive comments on the predecessor...
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    Testing for correctness?

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    This morning I watched a short video where the presenters looked at a UI element and asked questions on determining if it was "correct". It's a short (six minute) video, so please take a minute to view it for context. The overall theme is that rather...
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