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Break Things to Fix Things: Testing More than What "Should" Work

Source: infoq.com

Jan 5, 2019 11:33 PM 2+ week ago

Ijeoma Ezeonyebuchi discusses how to test an application in unexpected ways, concluding with a live demo inviting members from the audience to try and test some applications in the wild.Read more.

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