What's Wrong with My Program
Google Tech TalksJune, 4 2008ABSTRACTIt's a question that has probably been asked by all of us.Programs are rarely perfect; we often have to find out what'swrong with them. Usually, the answer to the question involvestesting. In this talk, I will review some work that I, myresearch team, and other researchers have done in the areas ofrandomized unit testing, test effectiveness measurement andautomatic fault localization, all of which is intended to helpanswer that plaintive question.Speaker: Jamie AndrewsJames H. (Jamie) Andrews received his BSc and MSc degrees fromthe University of British Columbia, and his PhD degree in 1991from the University of Edinburgh. He is now an AssociateProfessor of Computer Science at the University of WesternOntario, in London, Ontario, where he has been since 1997. Hisresearch interests include software testing, programminglanguages and formal specification.