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TDD 2010 : International Workshop on Test-driven Development (co-located with ICST 2010)


When Apr 10, 2010 - Apr 10, 2010
Where Paris, France
Submission Deadline Jan 22, 2010
Notification Due Mar 2, 2010
Final Version Due Mar 26, 2010
Categories    software engineering   software testing

Call For Papers

Workshop Description

Test-driven development (TDD) emerged as a practice of Extreme Programming approximately a decade ago. The TDD practice involves the incremental automation of unit test cases and the crafting of often-automated acceptance tests early in an iteration cycle. The goal of the TDD 2010 workshop is to bring together academics researching TDD, practitioners using TDD, educators teaching TDD, and researchers interested in TDD, to discuss new and emerging trends in TDD and to assess the advancement of TDD as a practice for improving the quality of software products. We invite submissions of both full-length and short papers as well as proposals for presentations. The workshop will include these presentations and interactive discussion time.

Topics Of Interest

- Experience of industrial teams using test-driven development
- Empirical studies of industrial teams using test-driven development
- Tools to support test-driven development, particularly those beyond the initial tool, JUnit
- Guidelines on how much test-driven development test cases are enough
- The effects of test-driven development on the design of software
- Use of test-driven development test cases as executable documentation
- Experience starting test-driven development on legacy code bases without automated tests
- Education in TDD practices

Important Dates

Papers shall be published in the IEEE Digital Library. These dates will need to be verified with the publications chair to ensure they allow publication in the Digital Library.

- Submission of papers: January 22, 2010
- Notification: March 2, 2010
- Camera ready: March 26, 2010

Paper Submission and Refereeing Process

TDD 2010 will have three categories of submissions:

- Long papers (up to 10 pages)
- Short papers (up to 6 pages)
- Presentation proposals (one page; not in Digital Library)

Each submitted paper must adhere to the IEEE template. Three members of the program committee will review both short and long papers; presentation proposals will be evaluated by the chairs for relevance to the workshop.


Laurie Williams
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC. USA

Jeff Offutt
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA. USA

Program Committee

- Jan Acosta, IBM
- Lisa Crispen,
- David Janzen, Cal Poly
- Philip Johnson, University of Hawaii
- Catherine Louis, independent contractor
- Michael Maximilien, IBM
- Grigori Melnik, Microsoft
- Gerard Meszaros,

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