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000192839 245__ $$aThe Real Value of Testing
000192839 269__ $$a2008
000192839 260__ $$bACM$$c2008
000192839 336__ $$aConference Papers
000192839 520__ $$aA decade ago, Tony Hoare noted that "The real value of tests is not that they detect bugs in the code but that they detect inadequacies in the methods, concentration, and skills of those who design and produce the code." As usual, Tony saw far ahead of the current reality. At that time, Microsoft Research was very focused on a specific aspect of software development (finding code defects). Over the intervening years, Microsoft Research's efforts in this area grew greatly and our research agenda broadened considerably. This talk will trace the evolution of Microsoft Research's efforts to improve software development and explore how testing fits into the more people-centric approach that we have reached.
000192839 700__ $$g240726$$aLarus, Jim$$0247612
000192839 773__ $$t2008 International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis$$q1-2
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