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Test adequacy criteria provide developers with guidance on how to populate software test suites. Current software testing methods do not address many of the fundamental characteristics of distributed systems, such as distribution topology, communication failure, and timing. Furthermore, they do not provide the engineer with a means to evaluate the relative effectiveness of different criteria nor the relative effectiveness of adequate test suites satisfying a given criterion.
This blog post discusses the equivalence partitioning technique to design test cases.
This book is primarily aimed at .NET developers interested in starting with TDD and those who already practice unit testing and want to move beyond that into development driven by acceptance testing.
FitNesse is a test framework that allows testers, developers and customers to collaborate to create test cases on a wiki. Teams can take examples of desired software behavior and turn them into automated tests, integrated with narrative requirements documentation. FitNesse runs its own wiki web server. It’s possible to test applications written in Java, .Net, Ruby, Python, C, and PHP using FitNesse.