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Unit testing in an agile environment

As software performance becomes an increasing concern among organizations, programmers are required to maintain a higher level of quality assurance. This presents various challenges, however, as programmers must unit test their code thoroughly in order to guarantee performance. Should they not perform this process efficiently, a significant number of bugs and flaws may exist within the software at deployment. This podcast explores the benefits associated with unit testing.

More organizations want programmers to unit test their code in an effort to reduce the number of bugs and flaws in the software. Nada daVeiga, product manager of Java solutions at Parasoft, explains the importance of unit testing, how unit testing works in an agile environment, and tools and frameworks that can help.

This expert podcast explores the growing importance of unit testing in reducing the number of bugs and flaws in software. Discover how unit testing works within an agile environment to effectively eliminate software errors. Explore the tools and frameworks that can significantly improve the quality of software performance.


Jennette Mullaney Assistant Editor Nada daVeiga product manager of Java Solutions, Parasoft
Parasoft Corporation
11 Sep 2007
Sep 11, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)

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