I posted the presentation on my blog at: http://hexawise.wordpress.com/
(OK, I'll stop posting now... starting to get self-conscious about the excessive number of my posts on this page).
If anyone every has any questions about applying these test design techniques, please don't hesitate to reach out to me at justin dot hunter a@t hexawise daht com. I'd be more than happy to pick up the phone and talk. I hope you found the topic to be applicable to what you are doing.
0 · September 18, 2009
Also, Bob asked about coverage achieved through pairwise testing. Here is the (very good) article I mentioned:
3 examples from it:
"The pairwise tests gave over 90 percent block coverage."
"... cover 97% of branches with less than 100... testcases, as compared to 27 trillion exhaustive testcases."
"29 pair-wise tests gave 90% block coverage ..."
0 · September 17, 2009
If anyone has any questions before or after the presentation, I would be happy to answer them. Also, if you would be interested in joining the panel discussion and/or conducting a proof of concept pilot project that could take as little as 1 week start to finish, please let me know. Lester Bostic from Blue Cross Blue Shield will be talking about his recent experiences .
0 · September 16, 2009