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Links 1 through 10 of 31 by Justin Mason tagged testing

This is the future of code review. Commit directly from your git checkout to the Gerrit code-review system; change is immediately web-visible and enters the review workflow; at the same time, Jenkins checks out the proposed change and runs the test suite; once it's approved, it automatically gets checked in. Brilliant!

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some amazing details of Stuxnet's apparent background. 'By the accounts of a number of computer scientists, nuclear enrichment experts and former officials, the covert race to create Stuxnet was a joint project between the Americans and the Israelis, with some help, knowing or unknowing, from the Germans and the British.'

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huh. Test-driven development is slower than traditional write-first-test-at-the-end development, but it results in less bugs. Grokcode theorise that its big win is amortising the cost of testing throughout the product iteration, hence reducing the temptation to skip testing when the crunch phase happens

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continuous-integration system was accidentally run against the production db. result: the entire production database got wiped. ouuuuch

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XBox style achievements for Python's 'nose' unit testing framework, eg. 'Major Letdown: all tests in a suite of at least 100 pass except the last.' genius!

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wow, extensive. I'm impressed! good example of how to solidly test a C/C++ library (via jzawodny)

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'RED checks HTTP resources to see how they use HTTP, makes suggestions, and finds common protocol mistakes.' source available

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James Hamilton, now at Amazon, then at MSN, gives a canonical list of best practices for large-scale operations-friendly server deployments, 'accumulated over many years in scaling some of the largest services at MSN and Windows Live.' a lot of good advice here (via Tony Finch)

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crawling all Google-Code-hosted projects tagged with Grails and automatically hosting C-I instances for them using Hudson. wow

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