An Introduction to Property-based Testing

Duration: 50 mins
Paul King
Principal Software Engineer & Groovy Lead, OCI

Property-based testing is an approach to testing that involves checking that a system meets certain expected properties. The approach is frequently promoted as a desired technique when adopting a functional style of programming. It typically involves guiding the generation of large data sets using a generator framework which can be much less work than coding large test suites by hand. This talk looks at the concepts behind this approach and some of the available libraries. The examples are in Java and Groovy but can be easily ported to other JVM languages. The concepts are applicable across all languages.

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