Test-suite flaws are no joke with Jester
Test-first programming is the least controversial and most widely adopted part of Extreme Programming (XP). By now the majority of professional Java programmers have probably caught the testing bug. Jester is an important addition to the agile programmer's toolbox. It finds gaps in code coverage no other tool can, which translates directly into finding and fixing bugs. This article introduces Jester and shows how to use it for best results.
(Submitted by Anonymous Sat Mar 12, 2005 )
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