Property-based testing introduces randomness to extensively test your code.

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Very interesting.

Good insight into how to approach property based testing

Rated 5

Mario Brkić at 14:17 on 5 Oct 2018

Interesting talk.

Rated 4

Pim Elshoff at 17:01 on 5 Oct 2018

Good talk, good speaker. Would have liked to see a bit more fun and engagement

Rated 5

Miro Svrtan at 06:25 on 6 Oct 2018

Great talk, speaker was clear and easy to understand!

Not sure if 25 minutes was just too short for this talk as I felt examples are overly simplified but it did intrigue me -> I will try to make some time to check it out and learn more about it next week.

I was completely foreign to the subject. The speaker did a great job of explaining what property-based testing is and why it's useful. I felt like 25min was perhaps too short for this subject yet even with the format limitation the speaker excelled at the subject.

Interesting topic, but maybe not suitable for such a short talk. Nevertheless, a good and clear introduction to the subject matter.

Rated 5

Nikola Plejic at 22:59 on 6 Oct 2018

Considering the available time, this was an impressively good and efficient presentation. It's not easy to outline such a tricky concept in such a short amount of time, and still leave time for questions. I've enjoyed the talk very much!

Rated 4

Ivan Habunek at 18:46 on 7 Oct 2018

You managed to make me both understand and appreciate a concept of which I had no prior knowledge. I'm excited to learn more and apply it to my use cases. Great talk.

It was noticeable that this was meant to be a longer talk due to skipping of slides and some sweating at the end. It did not affect the rest of the talk which was excellent. Perhaps a little more engagement with the audience, like Pim suggested.

Rated 4

Saša Jurić at 16:44 on 11 Oct 2018

Nice intro to property-based testing. It would probably worked better in a 45min format.