Experiences teaching a course in programmer testing

@article{Tinkham2005ExperiencesTA,
  title={Experiences teaching a course in programmer testing},
  author={Andy Tinkham and Cem Kaner},
  journal={Agile Development Conference (ADC'05)},
  year={2005},
  pages={298-305}
}
We teach a class on programmer testing with a primary focus on test driven development (TDD) as part of the software engineering curriculum at the Florida Institute of Technology. As of this writing, the course has been offered 3 times. Each session contained a mixture of undergraduate and graduate students. This paper discusses the evolution of the course, our lessons learned and plans for enhancing the course in the future. 

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