Posts tagged “goto fail”
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- 30 Jun 2014 »
"Finding More Than One Worm in the Apple" in Communications of the ACM
My original "goto fail" article has been published online and in print by the Communications of the ACM, the flagship journal of the ACM.
- 05 Jun 2014 »
The Pseudo-xUnit Pattern
While writing the tests for the "goto fail" and Heartbleed bugs, I stumbled upon an xUnit-like pattern for writing tests without a framework.
- 02 Jun 2014 »
Call for OpenSSL Testing Help
The OpenSSL team has accepted my offer to help improve its unit/automated testing, and now I'm recruiting people to help in the effort.
- 13 May 2014 »
"Finding More Than One Worm in the Apple" Published in ACM Queue
My original "goto fail" article has been published online by ACM Queue.
- 12 May 2014 »
Goto Fail, Heartbleed, and Unit Testing Culture
Martin Fowler invited me to contribute an article to his website making a case for unit testing in the wake of "goto fail" and Heartbleed.
- 06 May 2014 »
The Official Heartbleed Testing on the Toilet Episode
The Google Testing on the Toilet team has published my episode about the Heartbleed bug, and other fronts are showing signs of progress
- 22 Apr 2014 »
Open Letter to Dan Geer
A letter to cybersecurity expert Dan Geer regarding the role of unit testing in helping to avoid errors in security-critical software
- 15 Apr 2014 »
The Official Apple SSL Bug Testing on the Toilet Episode
The Google Testing on the Toilet team has published my episode about the Apple SSL bug, and I explain why this is for the greater social good.
- 13 Apr 2014 »
While My Heart Gently Bleeds
A Testing on the Toilet-inspired article about the Heartbleed bug and how it could have been prevented
- 09 Apr 2014 »
Heartbleed and Heartbreak
The Heartbleed bug has me seeing red just as much as Apple's SSL bug did, because it's another serious bug that could've been caught by a test
- 25 Mar 2014 »
Turns out I couldn't let the Apple SSL bug go quite yet, as I've submitted an article to Communications of the ACM for consideration
- 19 Mar 2014 »
Hopefully the Apple SSL bug is out of my system, having given an AutoTest Boston lightning talk and written a Testing on the Toilet-esque article
- 04 Mar 2014 »
Test Mercenary (Slight Return)
I've published a new article on AutoTest Central about the Testing Grouplet's Small, Medium, and Large test size schema, and more on the Apple bug.
- 25 Feb 2014 »
Finding the Worm
Apple's recent SSL security bug compelled me to write a blog post for AutoTest Central illustrating how unit testing could've helped prevent it