Model-based Testing II: The GUIening

The modeling business is all about looks.  Delicate lines, color composition, presentation all coming together.  Ok, I’m done with a bad attempt at a bad analogy. Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.  As is the existence of such rumors.  While I’ve been quiet about my MBT Workbench, this is in part because I have […]

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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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General Updates and Major Changes – Nothing new from the Western Front

Despite the semester starting soon/having just started (being a good student, I don’t recall exactly when it starts), I’ve been fooling around with my MBT Workbench still.  I still owe a video demo and an update on the report generation, but between cultivating a healthy hate of JasperReports and not feeling like investing 5-10 hours […]

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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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