Model-Based Testing – a Presentation

I did a presentation about model-based testing. It’s here. Click below to progress, or click here for full screen. I’ve written a series of posts about the tool, mostly as development blog, so you can follow the thought process. The blogs are not 100% up-to-date with the stuff presented, so take that as a preview […]

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Decisions and Tables

I have written a bit about how I wanted to do reporting in the MBT Workbench.  The idea was simple: just extract all the results, dump them into a database, and use an approach similar to what we did back in the days using ASAP: generate a report using an off-the-shelf business-intelligence suite, here JasperReports. […]

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Using Process Mining and Archetypes in Model-based Testing

 In this post, I outline some loose ideas I have for improving what is already in the MBT workbench.  These features do not attempt to broaden the scope of the tool to new domains, but instead to pull in more cool methods from academia to aid in test-driven development and business-driven development. […]

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Relevant Parameters for Testing

I’m working on reporting for my Model-based Testing Workbench.  As part of that, I’ve been considering how to best store test parameters (inputs to the test and results coming out of the test). I was just kind-of going off on my intuition: I need some input parameters in the model domain and in the real-world […]

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The Fuzz about Models

The past weeks, I’ve been working on what was intended to be a small amusing feature in the Model-Based Testing Workbench, but instead turned out to be much more complex and useful than I thought it would be. Fuzzing is a testing technique, which consists largely of just throwing random inputs at a program and […]

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