How to Change a Culture

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Mike Bland concludes his article on testing culture with some general advice on how to change a culture to introduce testing, generalized from his experience at Google and elsewhere. This finishes what’s been a long and fascinating article that really gets into the nitty-gritty of unit testing at a scale of a large software development organization. He finishes with a call to action arguing that it is our professional duty to use techniques like unit testing to prevent catastrophic bugs like goto fail and heartbleed.

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