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TestRoots WatchDog: An IDE Plugin to Assess Developer Testing

28 January 2016

This study is aimed at professional and Open-Source Software (OSS) developers who wish to gain insight into their daily working practices in the IDE. WatchDog is a plugin for the Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEs that observes how you test. It gives you helpful statistics on your testing behavior and it respects your privacy (and your company's policy).

Requirements

  • In this observational field study, participants should already be developing software ("writing program code") in Java.
  • To this aim, they must use either the Eclipse or IntelliJ IDE.
  • There are no restrictions on the experience level of developers.

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About the researcher

Moritz Beller is a PhD Student in the Software Engineering Research Group at the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. For my research in the TestRoots project, I use empirical methods to study static and dynamic code analysis and their impact on code quality.

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