General opinion: There's a hyped term - go into the user's shoes and you'll make what they would like. Then, you can run campaigns to verify certain hypotheses, take surveys, have interviews, etc. Or see from analytics what could have happened. Or the best - Once delivered, it’s done.
Choose one - 60 test case or 10 for one function? General Opinion: More the test cases, better the code. So, 50. Alternate Opinion: If you choose 50, It’s better don’t spend time on writing test cases, just do the development rather - it would be less waste
Until now, you may have heard of various kinds of attacks to break passwords. The stars of this password attacks industry are brute force attacks and dictionary attacks. Let me introduce you to the hidden star: Timing based attack This is a vulnerable code: def check_password(password):if(password=
How about if I tell you, Test Driven Development isn’t about testing your code. It’s about designing. I’m not kidding! When you are writing tests, it forces you to think about what kind of interface do you need and how it is supposed to work. If something