36 episodes of Test and Code since the first episode, which aired on August 11, 2015.
36: Stephanie Hurlburt - Mentoring and Open Office Hours
February 12th, 2018
31 mins 21 secs
image compression, mentoring, open office hours, testing complex systems, twitter dms
A discussion with Stephanie Hurburt about how she mentors people new in the field through open DMs and open office hours.
35: Continuing Education and Certificate Programs at UW
January 31st, 2018
25 mins 18 secs
A discussion about continuing education, specifically certificate programs, at UW and other universities, either online or in person.
34: TDD and Test First
December 31st, 2017
tdd, test first, xp
Test Driven Development (TDD), how it relates to Test First, and what is Test First Development.
33: Katharine Jarmul - Testing in Data Science
November 30th, 2017
37 mins 14 secs
data science, fuzz testing, software testing
A discussion with Katharine Jarmul, aka kjam, about some of the challenges of data science with respect to testing.
32: David Hussman - Agile vs Agility, Dude's Law, and more
October 3rd, 2017
47 mins 27 secs
agile methodologies, agility, learning, tdd, testing, xp
A wonderful discussion with David Hussman. David and Brian look back at what all we've learned in XP, TDD, and other Agile methodologies, where things have gone awry, how to bring the value back, and where testing fits into all of this.
31: I'm so sick of the testing pyramid
September 27th, 2017
39 mins 57 secs
tdd, testing strategy, unit testing
What started as a twitter disagreement carries over into this civil discussion of software testing. Brian and Paul discuss testing practices such as the testing pyramid, TDD, unit testing, system testing, and balancing test effort.
30: Legacy Code - M. Scott Ford
July 31st, 2017
41 mins 47 secs
kanban, legacy code, readability, testing pyramid
M. Scott Ford is the founder and chief code whisperer at Corgibytes, a company focused on helping other companies with legacy code. We talk about the company, about testing strategy, getting a handle on technical debt and process debt, iterative development, and a lot more.
29: Kobiton & QASymphony - Josh Lieberman
June 30th, 2017
18 mins 2 secs
mobile testing, qa tools, software testing
Interview with Josh Lieberman about Kobiton and QASymphony
28: Chaos Engineering & Experimentation at Netflix - Casey Rosenthal
April 7th, 2017
32 mins 55 secs
chaos engineering, distributed systems, experimentation, testing strategy
Experimentation vs Testing
With Casey Rosenthal, manager for the Traffic, Intuition, and Chaos teams at Netflix
27: Mahmoud Hashemi : unit, integration, and system testing
February 26th, 2017
41 mins 56 secs
enterprise software, integration testing, system testing, tdd, testing column, testing pyramid, unit testing, web frameworks
What is the difference between a unit test, an integration test, and a system test? Mahmoud Hashemi helps me to define these terms, as well as discuss the role of all testing variants in software development.