Der Rückblick zum TEWI-Kolloquium von Dr. Ladislav Samuelis, Kosice, Slovakia am 28.03.2013 beinhaltet die Videoaufzeichnung sowie die Folien:
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Abstract: The talk deals with two questions related to software testing. The first is: Why more testing should be taught? Complex systems and demands for higher software quality require software quality assurance, and generally, more efforts on software testing. The amount of software testing continues to grow. The related literature estimates that software testing effort is 50-60% of the total development effort. We summarize experience of teaching software testing by application of the ISTQB (International Software Testing Qualifications Board) syllabi in the master study programme of software engineering. The second question is: Which theory of software testing do we have to teach? We focus on the approach of Goodenough and Gerhart. We are seeking further theories (Gödel) for their possible inclusion into the syllabi of software testing courses.
Short bio: Ladislav Samuelis is Associate Professor at the Department of Computers and Informatics of the Technical University Košice, Slovakia. He completed his M.Sc. in Computer Engineering at Prague Technical University and Ph.D. in Informatics at the Technical University of Budapest. His research interests include various software engineering topics, with focus on Software Testing, Automatic Program Synthesis, Software Evolution and Didactics in Informatics. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.