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Mr Hexawise Tool Discussion (pairwise testing/combinatoric­s) -with Justin Hunter

We are lucky enough to have a visit from a leading tool expert, Justin Hunter. Justin is the creator of Hexawise, a pairwise testing tool.

Justin has agreed to do a demonstration for us of the tool, and then open the floor up for questions on the tool, himself, and all things testing.


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  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks for the excellent questions and comments yesterday night.

    As requested / as promised, please find this presentation which highlights some of the newly added features of "Hexawise 2.0" - Forcing Hexawise to include specific high-priority values in generated test sets
    - Generating complete, detailed test scripts with written tester instructions "ready for HPQC"
    - Including Expected Results in the detailed test scripts
    - etc.

    I'm eager to help people who are trying to use this test design approach (whether or not you're using our tool or some other tool). If you'd ever like a second pair of eyes on your draft test plan, I'm always happy to try to provide feedback and suggestions. Please feel free to reach out to me at my first name dot x dot my last name at Thanks!

    1 · April 23, 2013

  • Anne-Marie

    Healthy discussion

    April 22, 2013

  • Joshua L.

    Sorry I've had to change my RSVP but don't have any brain power left. Will have to try and have a play of hexawise during the week.

    April 22, 2013

  • Hugh M.

    Put me down as a 'possible'

    April 22, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member


    I'm looking forward to giving a demo of Hexawise, sharing a warts and all overview of combinatorial test design methods (and limitations), and answering your questions.

    Please check out these links for more information:

    1) Free licenses to our software test design tool ----->

    2) A fun, accessible, "photograph-heavy / text-light" presentation introducing pairwise and combinatorial test design methods ----->

    3) A more traditional introductory article about pairwise, orthogonal array, and combinatorial testing methods (including results from 10 case studies) ----->

    4) 16 tiny bite-sized "training" lessons (basics, lessons learned, common challenges, practical tips, etc.) ----->

    5) Still more resources, (introductory articles, case studies, additional test design tools, etc.) ----->

    Justin Hunter
    Founder and CEO of Hexawise

    April 21, 2013

  • Anne-Marie

    I'm not a big fan of going to talks about tools, normally they try and sell you a sliver bullet, but Justin's different he wont do that. Feel free to come and challenge him on anything about combinatorial testing and pairwise testing. Don't know what that is? Here's a chance to find out.

    April 18, 2013

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