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Why Do You Test & How Do You Judge Test Cases?

Thank you for joining our survey :)


We are trying to make it easier to write test cases. This is why we are surveying developers who also write test cases.

Are you one of them?
We would like to ask you why you test, when you feel that you have tested enough and how you judge test cases.


Your answer will be used as an exploration into why developers test and as an inspiration to how we can support you to make your test suites better :D

This study is conducted by Carolin Brandt and Andy Zaidman from the Software Engineering Research Group of the TU Delft, as part of the TestShift project.

You can contact us via email: c.e.brandt@tudelft.nl


The survey will take 5 - 10 minutes to complete, depending on how much you share in the open questions.
Your participation in this study is entirely voluntary and you can withdraw at any time.


We believe there are no known risks associated with this research study; however, as with any online related activity the risk of a breach is always possible. To the best of our ability your answers in this study will remain confidential. We will minimize any risks by hosting the survey platform on the servers of TU Delft, collecting your answers anonymized and by only publishing aggregated or anecdotal results that cannot be traced back to you personally.
By participating in this study you agree that the data you provide will be processed for our research. If you wish for your data to be excluded from our evaluation and to be deleted, contact us via: c.e.brandt@tudelft.nl

There are 13 questions in this survey.