Sun May 22 12:20:06 CEST 2011
You're not alone--there is a hurdle to get over, a different way of thinking
about testing. My talk at the last Erlang Factory in SF was specifically
intended to help people just starting out--the video and slides are on the
interested to hear if you find it helpful/not helpful.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Edmond Begumisa" <>
Sent: Sunday, May 22, 2011 12:01 AM
Subject: [erlang-questions] QuickCheck
> Hello all,
> I'm a QuickCheck noob trying out PropEr. Actually, I'm very embarrassed to
> admit that I'm very new to formal testing in general (I've always done
> things in the ad-hoc way for longer than I care to admit). I only confess
> to this coz I probably wouldn't get away with lying about it on *this*
> list when I start asking stupid questions!
> Anyways, I'm having A LOT of trouble getting started. The initial inertia
> just isn't there. Even with the available documentation from both QuviQ
> and PropEr. I look at my code and don't know where to begin writing tests
> for it! A sad state of affairs.
> I think I just need a few good tutorials. Can anyone recommend some
> QuickCheck resources to get me going that they've actually successfully
> used? Do I need to first start out with more "traditional" testing tools
> first before even attempting QuickCheck?
> Thanks in advance for you help.
> - Edmond -
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