In my Testing class we are constantly learning some new techniques and ways to test software, although there is some hands on testing on actual code a lot of it is more theoretical or to be more specific it is describing how we can test. It is all useful I know it but as a CS major I do want to write code if possible, less theory please, more practice. End of rant? Maybe for now.
This week was about Define-Use Testing. It is somewhat simple concept and I am glad that I can learn about it. It showed us some of the ways that today’s compilers work and make comparisons to display errors in the code. The whole concept of Define-Use testing is all about visual inspection and checking of the code. This will be some useful information for certain aspects of Computer Science field.