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GOTO 2019 • Intro to Empirical Software Engineering: What We Know We Don't Know • Hillel Wayne

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Published on Aug 22, 2019

This presentation was recorded at GOTO Chicago 2019. #GOTOcon #GOTOchgo
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Hillel Wayne - Author of Practical TLA+, Expert in Applying Formal Methods to Real-world Problems

ABSTRACT
There are many things in software we believe are true but very little we know. Maybe testing reduces bugs, or maybe it's just superstition. If we want to improve our craft, we need a way to distinguish fact from fallacy. We need to look for evidence, placing our trust in hard data.
Empirical Software Engineering is the study of what actually works in programming. Instead of trusting our instincts we collect data, run studies, and peer-review our results. This talk is all about how we empirically find the facts in software and some of the challenges we face, with a particular [...]

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