Teaching software testing: automatic grading meets test-first coding

@inproceedings{Edwards2003TeachingST,
  title={Teaching software testing: automatic grading meets test-first coding},
  author={Stephen H. Edwards},
  booktitle={OOPSLA Companion},
  year={2003}
}
A new approach to teaching software testing is proposed: students use test-driven development on programming assignments, and an automated grading tool assesses their testing performance and provides feedback. The basics of the approach, screenshots of the sytem, and a discussion of industrial tool use for grading Java programs are discussed. 
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