What are Patterns? Why Should Testers Care?

Sam Guckenheimer, Rational Software and Brian Marick, Testing Foundations

Patterns are a way of explaining design decisions. This format, invented by the architect Christopher Alexander and his colleagues, has been used in computer fields such as object-oriented design, risk management, and software testing. In their presentation, Sam Guckenheimer and Brian Marick describe what patterns are, why testers should use them, and how to create them.

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