Devon C. Estes

Three Ways To Get Started With Mutation Testing

I've just pushed some significant functionality from Muzak Pro into Muzak, which means that it's even easier for folks to work some mutation testing into their workflow and start seeing the benefits! Today I'm going to break down three ways that you might want to get started with that. »

Three Classes of Problems Found by Mutation Testing

It's fairly common for folks who haven't used mutation testing previously to not immediately see the value in the practice. Mutation testing is, after all, still a fairly niche and under-used tool in the average software development team's toolbox. So today I'm going to show a few specific types of relatively common problems that mutation testing is great at finding for us (and that humans are notoriously bad at finding). »

Announcing Muzak and Muzak Pro

As of today, Muzak and Muzak Pro are live! If you follow me on twitter you may have seen some hints that I've been making some good progress recently on the mutation testing library that I've been working on for close to a year now, and I think things are in a good enough place to push up the first versions of both Muzak and Muzak Pro. »