Monthly Archives: September 2013

Some ambiguity about measurable results.

The metrics debate is well tread ground. I’m considering a recent post by Pradeep Soundararajan on measuring test coverage. It’s a clever response, but I don’t think it’s perfect. What is? It made me think about something I’ve been noticing a lot lately. I really, really, like measurable, testable claims. I’m taking a course through my […]

The talk I should have presented to CAST 2013

Madison, Wisconsin. CAST 2013 has come to an end. The conference has been nothing short of brilliant. It’s impossible to ignore that the enthusiasm that the participants brought with them. The speakers and crowd interacted with contagious energy. Clever, courageous, beautiful people came together to share ideas on a schedule that left little time for […]