Efficient dependency detection for safe Java test acceleration

@inproceedings{Bell2015EfficientDD,
  title={Efficient dependency detection for safe Java test acceleration},
  author={Jonathan Bell and Gail E. Kaiser and Eric Melski and Mohan Dattatreya},
  booktitle={ESEC/SIGSOFT FSE},
  year={2015}
}
Slow builds remain a plague for software developers. The frequency with which code can be built (compiled, tested and packaged) directly impacts the productivity of developers: longer build times mean a longer wait before determining if a change to the application being built was successful. We have discovered that in the case of some languages, such as Java, the majority of build time is spent running tests, where dependencies between individual tests are complicated to discover, making many… CONTINUE READING
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