Java theory and practice, Testing with leverage, Part 3
Verifying design constraints with aspects
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Date archived: February 27, 2017 | First published: August 22, 2006
The first two installments in this series showed how static analysis tools like FindBugs can provide greater leverage in managing software quality by focusing on entire categories of bugs rather than on specific bug instances. In this final installment on testing, Brian Goetz examines another technique for smoking out bugs that violate design rules: aspects.
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