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Introducing TestScribe, an open source tool to make testing easier  

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11:15 AM Saturday
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I've been a professional developer for over 15 years, and in my experience I've learned how powerful and rewarding it is to test working code as it is built. At Box, we test code early and often to avoid running into problems further down the line. In fact, for every change we make, we run over 100,000 tests! However, I've always been frustrated with manual test generation, which is tedious and time consuming. Failing to find a good solution, I created a tool called TestScribe to address this problem. TestScribe lets developers focus on choosing inputs and interpreting outputs, taking repetitive work out of the testing process. It makes developers' lives easier without sacrificing the fun of designing test cases. I will demonstrate how the tool works, share my experience using the tool and answer questions.

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Ray Yang

Software developer for over 15 years. Worked at Citrix, Google, Vmware. Currently at Creator of the open source project TestScribe, A tool that makes it more efficient, accessible and even fun to test your code as you go.
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