Daniel Spiewak and Aaron Bedra take a look at code verifying starting with Tony Hoare’s paper on testing(1969), type theory, and language-integrated proof systems.
Daniel Spiewak has worked over the years with Java, Scala, Ruby, C/C++, ML, Clojure and several experimental languages. He currently spends most of his free time researching parser theory and methodologies. Aaron Bedra is a Senior Software Engineer at Groupon working on Groupon’s Now! real-time deals platform. He is the co-author of Programming Clojure and Practical Software Security.
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Even so, thanks for putting in the time to research the topic and make sense of it. Just wish it hadn't been turned into nonsense.
Re: Extreme hand-waving
Pontificating on Correctness
Code coverage is a lie? Mock objects are useless?