Monthly Archives: January 2009

WREST: The Workshop on Regulated Software Testing

The second WREST workshop will be held this May in Indianapolis. WREST is the workshop on regulated software testing. The primary goal of the workshop is to cultivate a community among software testers that work with regulated software. It can … Continue reading

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Determining the size of the sample set

I have a challenge to solve that I’ve had to solve before: When I have more data to test with than there is time or is practical to test with, then what should I build for a sample data set? … Continue reading

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