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What kind of testing is the most future proof? With Princeton University supposedly developing bug free software, is there a type of testing that we should be looking to that will future proof testers in their careers?
What else should testers be thinking about. I seen someone online comment recently that this bug-free software still had to be written in code. So that’s a start. Have you any thoughts on this. Are you fearful that the software will happen?
no such thing as bug free software. That is unless you use the RANSLIRPA model
https://jlottosen.wordpress.com/2013/04/01/ranslirpa/ due out next month.
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