PhD thesis defence

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Jul 102015

Miguel A. Francisco (Interoud) PhD thesis defence will take place 21st July in the University of A Coruña. Miguel A. Francisco dissertation is entitled “Application of property-based automated testing techniques to different levels of software testing”, and includes the work he has been doing in PROWESS, testing different aspects of VoDKATV. The PhD panel is Read more

Oct 092014

Quviq advises to use continuous integration for software development projects. Quviq has now developed QuickCheck-CI, a continuous integration system getting the best out of QuickCheck. We help you to make you go one step further, not only running all tests when you make changes to your code, but run automatically generate new tests as well. Read more

PROWESS mid-term workshop

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May 122014
PROWESS mid-term workshop

We are just back from the mid-term workshop held in Sweden, were we showcased our achievements during this half of the project. As well as attendees from the project we had more than twenty others from companies in Sweden, Denmark, the UK and the Netherlands and universities in Denmark, Sweden, the UK and Brazil. Our Read more

Oct 232013

Watch Smother’s demo, the MC/DC style coverage tool for Erlang developed in PROWESS. Do you want to try it? Download the source code from Github and start measuring! Find more information in the documentation pages Read more

Oct 292012

As a part of the EU-funded project PROWESS we’re looking for a postdoctoral research associate for 2 years 11 months to work on modelling and testing of web services, in the context of property-based testing using QuickCheck. PROWESS involves not only Kent, but also the universities of Sheffield and A Coruña, Chalmers University in Gothenburg Read more

PROWESS website goes live!

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Oct 222012

The FP7 project PROWESS started on October 1st, 2012. This website will contain all the news, publications and deliverables of Prowess Project. Follow us and get the latest news! Read more