Date of publication: 2017-08-30 04:26
Paul Hammant shines a light on Test Impact Analysis: a modern way of speeding up the test automation phase of a build. It works by analyzing the call-graph of the source code to work out which tests should be run after a change to production code. Microsoft has done some extensive work on this approach, but it's also possible for development teams to implement something useful quite cheaply.
Hi Dan. It 8767 s a bit late for this, but I just remembered another link you might want to add. You can hear DFW giving the full unabridged Kenyon commencement speech (which you link to in your list) at http:///watch?v=M5THXa_H_N8 (it 8767 s in 7 parts). Or download the full audio from http:///?file96t8kfml6q6
Thanks for all your hard work!
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For a change, this tag is added in the head section of the document, this tag tells what the title of your document is, that is what will appear on the tab or page title of your webpage..have a look at the images to get a better understanding.
title THIS IS THE TITLE OF THE PAGE! /title
This is not an optional element of a webpage, every single webpage has to have a title or else the file name will be shown as the tile.
I am pleased to say that the paper by . Stappers and me on DesignX has been published, along with several commentaries and then a response by the authors. With citation and URL for the package.
My name is Martin Fowler: I’m an author, speaker, and loud-mouth on the design of enterprise software. This site is dedicated to improving the profession of software development, with a focus on skills and techniques that will last a developer for most of their career. I’m the editor of the site and the most prolific writer. It was originally just my personal site, but over the last few years many colleagues have written excellent material that I’ve been happy to host here. I work for ThoughtWorks , a really rather good software delivery and consulting company. To find your way around this site, go to the intro guide.
Elaborate usability tests are a waste of resources. The best results come from testing no more than 5 users and running as many small tests as you can afford.
If your CSS file contains lots of rules, then to make which rule is for what clearer, you can use comments to write in anything you want and it will not be shown or interrupt the CSS rules.
This is how a comment is added in CSS, much simpler than HTML ( !--comment-- )
You can type in what some rules do if you are not sure, then you can look it up online, and then add a comment saying what that specific rule does.