Software quality is a top-of-mind concern not only for organizations developing software in the traditional regulated industries but also for companies developing products in the new software-defined digital world we now live in.
Quality and testing go hand in hand. If you want to know where the bugs are in your code, look at the code that is untested. Using Probe Points we can easily induce an error or failure state and check if the software meets quality expectations under error conditions.
In this video you will learn more about:
- How to use Code Coverage Analysis as a quality metric
- Why standard unit interface testing can miss parts of your code
- How to use Probe Points to test error paths
- How Probe Points can make writing test cases easier