Less Testing Ink
Testing is like dishwashing: everyone knows how important it is, but no one likes doing the repetitive, rarely challenging, chores behind it. Sophisticated frameworks such as JUnit and Hamcrest help, but, testing programmers still generate voluminous code, which is mostly boilerplate.
The MetaTester is a test time tool that reduces much of this work. As the JUnit test is run, the MetaTester examines the test’s source and adds boilerplate code and further checkpoints, whereby contributing to productivity and decreasing test code size.
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel.
Research Interests: Software engineering, in particular: aspects related to the object-oriented paradigm, programming languages and parsing.
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