Cliff from the verification-as-important-as-creation dept.
rhartness asks: "I've been a software engineer by profession for a few years and a programming enthusiast for much longer. As my experience has increased, so has the size of the projects that I have had to work on. My software testing method involves trying to do everything I can think of that the end user might try to do. Hopefully, this will break the application if there is a bug within my code. The current project that I am working on involves numerous tiers within a smart client environment. Trial and error testing is no longer sufficient — there is simply too much that could happen. Searching the Internet for software testing resources provides an abundant amount of information but it's often quite philosophical and verbose. What are some practical resources that Slashdot readers use for testing your software projects?"
"Text processing has made it possible to right-justify any idea, even
one which cannot be justified on any other grounds."
-- J. Finnegan, USC.