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 A Taxonomy of Testing

By Donald Firesmith Principal Engineer Software Solutions Division While evaluating the test programs of numerous defense contractors, we have often observed that they are quite incomplete. For example, they typically fail to address all the relevant types of testing that...

 Four Types of Shift Left Testing

One of the most important and widely discussed trends within the software testing community is shift left testing, which simply means beginning testing as early as practical in the lifecycle. What is less widely known, both inside and outside the...

 Specifying Behavior with AADL

The Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) is a modeling language that, at its core, allows designers to specify the structure of a system (components and connections) and analyze its architecture. From a security point of view, for example, we...

 2013: The Research Year in Review

As part of our mission to advance the practice of software engineering and cybersecurity through research and technology transition, our work focuses on ensuring that software-reliant systems are developed and operated with predictable and improved quality, schedule, and cost. To...

 The Growing Importance of Sustaining Software for the DoD

Software sustainment is growing in importance as the inventory of DoD systems continues to age and greater emphasis is placed on efficiency and productivity in defense spending. In part 1 of this series, I summarized key software sustainment challenges facing...



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