Tests make sure your software meets your acceptance criteria… But what if those criteria, well, suck? Software teams regularly make assumptions about what makes a valid address, how time works, and the best way to parse names. Most of those assumptions are wrong. Let’s take a look at them, and see how we can do better. After all… What’s the point of testing our software if the tests aren’t based on reality?
Dylan Lacey, Manager of Developer Relations, Sauce Labs Dylan has worked for Sauce Labs for over seven years, helping customers learn & solving problems. His passion is sharing knowledge and making people’s lives easier through technology, which he’s been doing for more than a decade. He’s been involved in Evangelism, QE & Development, as well as Product Design and Marketing across Fintech, Transportation, Data Warehousing and Health. He promises he’s not as boring as he sounds; Follow him on Twitter, @dylanlacey, and he’ll prove it!