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Lazy systematic unit testing for agile methods

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JWalk Adopters World-Wide

The JWalk Lazy Systematic Unit Testing toolkit has now been installed at many commercial and academic sites around the world - and can be found all over Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Australasia! The following people are Known JWalkers. Some have also contributed ideas to the development of the toolkit:

Nehemiah Abuga, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
As a student at Arizona State University, is interested in using JWalk to generate tests efficiently and effectively.
Ashutosh Agarwal, Alliance Global Services, Hyderabad, India
Interested in evaluating JWalk for commercial use in a Java-based project.
Rohan Agarwal, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute for ICT, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India
Interested in using JWalk for a research project on the automatic generation of test cases, under the supervision of Saurabh Tiwari.
Ron Akkersdijk, Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Enschede, Netherlands
Interested in evaluating JWalk for academic use as a testing tool on a course in software requirements and testing.
Carlos Alcaide Guillén, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain.
Interested in entering JWalk for the tool contest at the FITTEST 2013 workshop in Istanbul, in November. The tool will be used to test some classes which are subsequently mutated. The tool will receive a score based on mutation, line and branch coverage. The JWalk approach involves training an oracle on the clean class, then recording all discrepancies when retesting a mutated version of the class.
Sumit Bajaj, Reliance JIO Infocomm Ltd., Navi Mumbai, India
As a Software Integration Test Engineer, he finds JWalk interesting and is eager to use JWalk tool for his company's unit testing needs.
Amanda Bang, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
As a student at Arizona State University, is interested in using JWalk to generate tests automatically, as part of a course in software testing in which students must evaluate a unit testing tool. Her professor recommended trying JWalk.
Ritesh Banker, Cognizant Techology Solutions, Pune, Maharashtra, India
We want to use JWalk for unit testing an existing client project that is currently in production. We want to generate automated testcases and do predictive testing for the code.
Murali Bharadwaj, Royal Bank of Canada, New York, USA
Would like to try out JWalk after searching for better testing tools to validate Java software projects. Likes the collection of features offered by JWalk.
Gustavo Paulo Bilert, Wealthsystems Informática LDTA, Cascavel, Paraná, Brazil
Has used manual unit testing for big projects with external customers; but would now like to explore automated testing tools like JWalk, because of the short development schedules.
Adam Blank, University of Washington, USA
Potentially interested in having students in the Computer Science and Engineering Department use this tool to find bugs in their code.
Andrew Bishop, Compusult Ltd, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, Canada
Interested in evaluating JWalk for commercial use in Java consulting.
Dawid Biss, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland
Interested in comparing JWalk with other unit testing tools, as part of his Master's thesis.
Olaf Boettger, EUMETSAT, Darmstadt, Germany
Interested in using JWalk to test software developed for EUMETSAT, an international organisation exploring the use of meteorological satellites and analysing their data.
Lyes Bouakaz, University of Sheffield, UK
Interested in evaluating JWalk for personal use in testing Java software.
Jacob Boydston, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
As a graduate student at Arizona State University, is interested in using JWalk in a class CSE565 Software Verification, Validation and Testing.
John Bradley, Computer Programs and Systems, Inc (CPSI), Mobile AL, USA
As an R&D analyst, is interested in evaluating JWalk for use on a number of Java projects.
Konstantinos Bratanis, South-East European Research Centre, Thessaloniki, Greece
Interested in evaluating JWalk on a number of Java projects.
Nino Ballester Brinas, Bidshot Wireless Services, Manila, Philippines
Conducts research and development on different Java testing tools. Is interested in comparing JWalk against other testing methods that use JUnit.
Roy Braun, University of Applied Sciences, Mannheim, Germany
Would like to include a presentation of JWalk in a workshop on software testing, to be prepared with a group of students taking a Master of Science course.
Ryan D Brown, Google, Mountain View, CA, USA
Would like to try out JWalk as a tool for unit-testing the new Mirah compiler.
Jason Chambers, University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth MN, USA
Interested in comparing JWalk with other software testing tools, as part of an undergraduate research project.
Andrea Chitty, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
As a postgraduate student studying for a MSc in Software Engineering, is expecting to assess performance of her own software testing tool against leading testing tools such as JWalk. She might also go on to use JWalk to test her own work during her dissertation.
Michael Colonno, INSYS Group, Rochelle Park NJ, USA
Is engaged in building machines that access a Java test environment that the company built. One of the company's clients specifically requested that INSYS use JWalk for testing a product.
Joseph Cordina, University of Malta, Malta
Wants to use JWalk to showcase to students the applicability and potential of automated or semi-automated unit testing.
Michael de Courci, Netpod Limited, Liphook, Hampshire, UK
Wants to try out JWalk as a personal testing solution for Java software development.
Tyrone Davison, Teesside University, Middlesbrough UK
Would like to to include JWalk in a comparison of unit testing tools for a Software Engineering Processes module that they run at Teesside.
Daniele Demichelis, Studio Ingegneria Demichelis, Cinisello Balsamo, Italy
Would like to evaluate JWalk on a real world application, and perhaps use the core test engine as the basis for a unit testing tool he is preparing for a local engineers' association.
Mark Depristo, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Cambridge MA, USA
Would like to evaluate JWalk for its possible utility in unit-testing the GATK toolkit, a genome analysis toolkit for use in the bioinformatics industry.
Mark Dessain, University of Sheffield, UK
Using JWalk as the core engine to build a new version of the JWalk Editor tool, which combines Java-sensitive editing and compilation with rapid testing of the evolving code, as part of his bachelor's dissertation project.
Sascha Dirbach, Viada GmbH & Co. KG, Dortmund, Germany
Currently planning a formal testing process for Viada's in-house development department and wishes to evaluate several unit and integration testing tools.
Michael Doherty, Macquarie Bank International Ltd, Bristol, UK
Interested in evaluating JWalk to see how it might serve as a Java testing tool in the financial sector.
Dimitris Dranidis, City College, Thessaloniki, Greece
Interested in evaluating JWalk for testing Java web-service implementations (on the server-side) and Java client stubs that invoke the services (on the client-side).
Sudhakar Duraiswamy, Starwood Hotels, Stamford CT, USA
Interested in evaluating JWalk to understand better the benefits and limitations of such a tool.
Jan Eckert, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen, Germany
While completing a masters in computer science, became interested in quality assurance and agile software engineering, so found JWalk an obvious tool to try out while developing software for the masters thesis project.
George Eleftherakis, City College, Thessaloniki, Greece
Interested in evaluating JWalk for possible adoption as the main testing tool on level 1 and 2 undergraduate programming modules in Java.
Govinda Escobar, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
As a graduate student at Arizona State University, is interested in evaluating JWalk as a unit testing tool, as part of a course in software verification, validation and testing.
Andrew Evans, University of Sheffield, UK
Using the core JWalk engine to build a JWalk Marker tool to correct student Java assignments, as part of his bachelor's dissertation project.
Tolu Fapohunda, University of Maryland, University College, USA
Interested in comparing JWalk against several other Java testing tools for a Masters paper; and in using JWalk to test a small Java project.
Robert Feldt, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
Interested in comparing JWalk's ability to learn specifications against genetic algorithms for learning testing templates.
Juan Manuel Fernández Peña, Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico
Interested in evaluating JWalk's test case selection against manual testing with JUnit in combination with the Bashir and Goel slices method.
Jae Ferreros, Seer Technologies Inc., Manila, Philippines
As a software developer, he would like to research and explore different testing tools to see which one would work best with the projects he has.
Jeff Finn, Dublin City University, Ireland
Chose JWalk as the example software testing product to evaluate as part of a Master's project in Software Engineering.
Guillaume Fouet, TLM Com, Noisy le Grand, France
Is using JWalk as the easy Java unit testing tool of choice for software products developed by their company, mainly for improved control over regression testing.
Paul Fryer, Digisoft TV, Cork, Ireland
Working in Digisoft's R&D department and is researching new technologies for possible incorporation at Digisoft. Is currently looking to JWalk to improve unit test automation and test coverage.
Oualid Gaaloul, Technische Hochschule Wildau, Germany
Writing a bachelor's thesis on software testing and interested in evaluating JWalk's test case generation strategy and coverage.
Luke Galloway, University of York, UK
Is using JWalk to unit test the classes that constitute a Java FTP server he has been developing.
Kevin Gann, Ekagra Software Technologies, Dulles VA, USA
Intends to explore how JWalk might be used as a hands-off test case generator for web-services whose clients have Java wrappers, generated by CXF.
Lit Malem Ginting, Institute Teknologi Del, Sitoluama, Toba Samosir, North Sumatra, Indonesia
As a computer science lecturer at the university, is interested in tools to support model-based testing in student projects. Is interested in JWalk since it is derived from X-machine theories of testing.
Rahul Gopinath, Oregon State University, Corvallis OR, USA
Would like to evaluate the effectiveness of JWalk alongside other unit testing tools, as part of a graduate study program in EECS, at Oregon State University.
Michaela Greiler, Technical University of Delft, Netherlands
Interested in trying out JWalk for evaluation purposes in the Software Engineering Research Group at TU Delft.
Neil Griffiths, University of Sheffield, UK
Interested in integrating JWalk testing with a JEdit-style editor and compiler, aimed at novice developers.
Manoj Gundawar, Mitchell International, San Diego CA, USA
As a software development manager at Mitchell, is highly interested in exploring JWalk and wants to explore the enterprise-level usability of this tool (in terms of accuracy and code coverage etc.) as a real productivity booster.
David Haigh, Web Bearings Inc, Livermore CA, USA
Interested in JWalk, rather than just relying on legacy JUnit test cases, as part of a test plan for integrating six catalog sales businesses. JWalk was recommended by colleagues at Google and PeopleSoft!
Mark Hall, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC, USA
Would like to use JWalk in a graduate project on software engineering that involves using a software tool and writing a paper on the state-of-the-art practice in software testing.
Benjamin Halliwell, University of Sheffield, UK
Would like to try out JWalk as unit-testing tool for Java, and contrast this with using hand-written tests for JUnit, as part of a module on Human-Centred Systems Design.
Aanjan Hari, Endeavour Technologies, Austin Texas, USA
The plan is to use JWalk for testing client projects. Would like to have a copy of the tool to evaluate prior to this.
Seyed Vahid Hashemi, University of Sheffield, UK
Interested in applying JWalk to test academic Java projects developed while studying for MSc Eng in Software Engineering.
Jamal Haskin, California State University, Northridge CA, USA
Is researching efficient automated Java unit testing software tools, as an alternative to writing manual tests for JUnit, and would like to try out JWalk as a candidate tool.
Reg Hawkins, Capgemini-ASPIRE, Telford, UK
Interested in trialling JWalk in a small development team that currently uses JUnit to author tests by hand.
Jensen Hemming, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
As a Software Engineering Major, is interested in comparing JWalk against other software testing tools in a group research project.
John Hicks, University of Southampton, UK
Interested in evaluating JWalk, prior to applying it in an undergraduate group project in software development, as part of the MEng Computer Science degree.
Levente Holló, Nokia Siemens Networks, Budapest, Hungary
Wants to evaluate JWalk for testing Nokia Siemens' Java-based products, especially those that will play a role in cloud technology.
Phil Horbury, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
Interested in running a comparative set of testing experiments using the four Java unit-testing tools: JWalk, JUnit4, TestNG and JTest, as part of a course on Software Testing Processes and Automation.
Dan Howard, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC, USA
Would like to use JWalk in a graduate project on software engineering that involves using a software tool and writing a paper on the state-of-the-art practice in software testing.
Chris Hughes, University of York, UK
After reading the article by Simions and Smeets comparing JUnit, Randoop and JWalk, was interested in using JWalk to test some programs that he had previously written, to compare JWalk's results with JUnit tests.
Peter Hughes, Estafet Ltd., Richmond, London, UK
Would like to investigate the JWalk toolset both for use within Estafet Ltd.'s agile methodology, and as a topic for future PhD research.
Lucas Israel, Compsis, São Paulo, Brazil
Would like to study how JWalk works, with a view to introducing it in enterprise software at Compsys.
Jennifer Ivančić, Aspect Software, Chelmsford MA, USA
We are investigating the possible automation of our Java application and peripheral Web Services that keep our application in synch with some other business applications in-house.
Lestin Jackson, Virginia Department of Social Security, Virginia VA, USA
Interested in evaluating the JWalk tools for software quality assurance purposes in the agency; and may wish to use JWalk on a commercial scale.
Nimish Jain, Hindustan Times, New Delhi, India
Would like to see if using JWalk helps to detect and correct faults in Java code faster than with other quality control methods.
Narayanan Jayaratchagan, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Thoraipakkam, Chennai, India
Interested in evaluating different unit testing tools for Java, to see what the testing productivity gain is when using JWalk.
Peter Jessup, Retired Developer, Private Consultant, Darlington, UK
Interested in comparing automated testing using JWalk against the kind of expert test development practised in industry over the last 40 years.
Rajkumar Jeyaraj, UST Global, Trivandrum, India
Interested in evaluating the JWalk tool, and aims to use JWalk to train other engineers in good software testing practices.
Paulo Júnior, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, São Paulo, Brazil
Interested in acquiring a trial JWalk license for his software engineering student, Thyago Peres Carvalho, at an affiliated institution.
Tomasz Jurewicz, University of Sheffield, UK
Is undertaking a bachelor's dissertation project to develop a tool for automatic equivalence-partition testing, called CatWalk, that will be developed in the same lazy-systematic style as JWalk.
Aleksandar Kacanski, CUNY Prep, New York, USA
Private developer, who normally uses Eclipse with style checking and testing plugins. Wants to see how using JWalk compares with this.
Shailesh Kadam, Western Asset, Pasadena CA, USA
Interested in presenting JWalk as part of a survey of different software testing concepts and technology, and in teaching others in the company how JWalk may be used for unit testing.
Ibrahim Kalloufi, University of the West of England, Bristol
As a postgraduate student at UWE in the process of designing and developing a Java testing tool based on X-Machine theory, would like to evaluate JWalk in order to create the sets of requirements for my own software tool.
Shinho Kang, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Would like to investigate how JWalk works and what is the underlying idea of lazy systematic unit testing, as part of a seminar course Testing and Verification of Complex Systems.
Michael Keene, Avocent (Emerson Corp), Ft Lauderdale, Florida USA
Conducts research for Avocent into better testing practices for software development. Focusing on Java, would like to test-drive JWalk for possible inclusion in a list of recommended unit testing frameworks for Java.
Tim Kempton, University of Sheffield, UK
Wishes to test the software developed for a PhD project in machine-assisted phonemic analysis. Anticipates that JWalk may test more thoroughly than tests created manually for JUnit.
Robert Kennington, KEYW Corporation, Hanover, Maryland USA
Wishes to explore various software testing tools and frameworks that will make KEYW's software products and services more reliable; particularly tools that make the machines do most of the work.
Dmitry Khokhlov, Targetix LLC, Tambov, Russia
Interested in evaluating JWalk for use in testing company projects at Targetix; and also for testing personal software projects at https://github.com/geekware/lobster.
Paul Kinanne, Martin Dawes Systems, Warrington, UK
Intends to evaluate JWalk as a tool for the development of automated unit tests for server-side database interaction software. This personal initiative aims to persuade his head of department about the benefits of automated unit testing!
Scott King, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Intends to study the software with a group of students to determine how it works for a Software Verification and Validation course. The group will then prepare a report on the method, to be assessed by the course leader.
Thomas Knauf, GK Software AG, Schöneck, Germany
Interested in evaluating JWalk as an alternative to JUnit for unit testing point-of-sale and supply chain management software.
Joel Kocherry, University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Interested doing a comparison of automated test generation tools and approaches; and plans to test a set of projects from github and record the results of each tool or testing approach.
Oliver Kohll, GT webMarque, UK
Interested in evaluating JWalk as more cost-effective and faster approach to testing the open source AgileBase software platform, than using manual test generation.
Priscilla Konsam, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
While completing a Masters in Computer Science, is interested in comparing the performance of JWalk against the TestNg tool, as part of a course led by Professor Somé on Automated Verification and Validation of Software.
Mihovil Kovačević, Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d., Croatia
Interested in evaluating JWalk as a means of automating the testing of Java-based tools, used in the mobile telephony business.
Roland Krempl, santix AG, München, Germany
As team leader in Performance and Quality Management at santix, Roland is nterested in evaluating JWalk as a tool for unit-testing production software delivered to santix's customers, such as BMW, MAN and Audi.
Arun Krishna, Codenation, Bangalore, India
Is interested in the efficiency of automatic unit test generation, and would like to experiment with JWalk to see if it would be suitable for Codenation, an IT startup business.
Marcin Kulikowski, Windmobile, Kraków, Poland
Interested in evaluating JWalk's capabilities as a testing tool, as part of a personal research project.
Abdulkarim Kushk, University of Manchester, UK
Would like to evaluate JWalk as a testing tool, since I am applying for PhD at Sheffield, and would like to work on extending JWalk.
Jyrki Laine, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland
Interested in applying the JWalk testing method to a personal hobby project, prior to using the tools commercially.
Peter Lamb, University of Sheffield, UK
Interested in extending JWalk's state-based testing philosophy with an equivalence-partition approach for method argument selection.
Jiang Li, Franklin University, Ohio, USA
Interested in exploring the use of JWalk on a university course project, which requires software testing.
Robert Li, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Interested in exploring the use of JWalk as an alternative to JUnit, which they have been using for a long time.
Bas Luksenburg, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands
Interested in evaluating JWalk as part of a student research project.
Miroslav Macho, Capgemini, München, Germany
Is working as an intern with Capgemini and would like to evaluate JWalk as potential unit testing tool for his work with the company.
Avinash Mangipudi, Test Competency Group, L&T Infotech, Bangalore, India
Interested in evaluating JWalk alongside other testing tools, with a view to proposing it to the group's clients, for their own software testing needs.
Adam May, Arizona State University, Arizona, USA
Is part of a three-person student team, with a mission to demonstrate JWalk to their class on 25 March 2015. They also hope to use the tool on their semester project.
Daniel McEvoy, Arizona State University, Arizona, USA
Is a student at Arizona State University Polytechnic campus, and would like to use JWalk for a large testing project for a final exam in a software engineering course.
Sachin Mehrotra, Aricent Technology (Holdings) Ltd, Gurgaon, India
Interested in evaluating JWalk as a testing tool, since it looks as though JWalk could help improve code quality.
Francisco Mendez-Losada, Indra Software Labs, A Coruña, Galicia, Spain
Would like to use JWalk to help maintain a large legacy system. This system is used by the Local Public Administration.
Evgeniev Boyanov Metodi, Universidad de Alcalá, Alcalá de Henares, Spain
Would like to use JWalk in a software testing excercise, as part of a university course on software testing.
Michael Miller, Haas Automation, Oxnard CA, USA
Interested in evaluating JWalk as a testing tool, after reading about the lazy systematic testing method on Wikipedia.
Facundo Molina, Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto, Argentina
As a PhD student researching software testing, would like to explore JWalk's facility for inferring lazy specifications automatically from program behaviours, to compare this approach with one being developed locally.
Jason Moncada, TIAA (Financial Services), Charlotte, NC, USA
Interested in purchasing up to 120 JWalk licenses for developers to use in the testing of financial service products, for a corporation TIAA, formerly the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, which serves 5 million active and retired employees.
Hunter Morgan, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg VA, USA
Interested in evaluating JWalk as an alternative to conventional unit testing while performing test-driven development, as part of a computer science course.
Jelle Nelis, Universiteit Gent, Belgium
Interested in evaluating JWalk for use in software testing, in the Department of Information Technology at the University of Gent.
Boldizsár Németh, Eötvös Lóránt University of Sciences, Hungary
Is working on a research project investigating algorithm visualisation and wants to use JWalk to accelerate the testing of the visualisation framework.
Mia Nezami, Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio, USA
As a student taking a course on verification and testing, is interested in using JWalk for a team project.
Ana Filipa Delgado Nogueira, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Interested in using JWalk to generate a set of test cases, to obtain more information regarding the quality attributes of the software under test. Would like to evaluate JWalk as one of several automated testing tools for a comparison.
Jauco Noordzij, Open Source Consultant, Delft, Netherlands
Interested in evaluating JWalk's lazy systematic unit testing method, to see if this could be applied to other dynamic languages, such as JavaScript.
Anand Nuchchi, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Chennai, India
Interested in trying out JWalk to test some sample Java units.
Kristian Oftedal, NTNU / Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
Interested in comparing JWalk's lazy systematic unit testing method against other automated testing approaches, for a Master's thesis.
Richard Olaniyan, University of Edinburgh, UK
Interested in using JWalk for completing coursework on software testing.
Emanuel Oliveira da Silva, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Brazil
Interested in using JWalk for a student project on a software testing course taught by Dr Sidney Nogueira. This involves giving a presentation of how to use the tool to the class.
Rafet Ongun, University of Sheffield, UK
Interested in adapting JWalk's ability to learn algebraic and state-based specifications to generate statechart diagrams automatically from compiled Java classes.
William O'Rourke, eResearch Technology, Inc., Bridgewater NJ, USA
Interested in evaluating JWalk for testing in a commercial Java project.
Joshua Ortiz, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
As a graduate student at Arizona State University, is interested in using JWalk in a class CSE565 Software Verification, Validation and Testing.
Wagner D Ramos Ortiz, Avon SA, Cz Roosevelt 11-08, Zona 2 Mixco, Guatemala
As a software engineer for the Avon Cosmetics company, is seeking a suitable tool to explore and help develop an application called BlueZone. JWalk seems to be suitable for this.
Abhinandan H Patil, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, Goa Campus, India
As a PhD student, is interested in using JWalk for research purposes.
Dan Patterson, Northrop Grumman, El Segundo CA, USA
Is in the process of evaluating several Java unit testing tools for use in testing Java code and so would like to include JWalk as one of the tools to be evaluated.
Prashnath Pereira, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA
Interested in evaluating JWalk as one of several Java software testing tools, as part of a Software Engineering graduate course at NCSU.
Daniel Perry, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
As a student at Arizona State University, is interested in evaluating JWalk on a course assignment in Software Verification, Validation and Testing; and also for personal software testing use.
Laura Perry, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
As a software engineering student, is doing a course project on JWalk for a Verification and Validation class and would therefore like a copy of the software to try out.
Steve Poole, IBM Centre for Java Technology, IBM Hursley, UK
Interested in using JWalk to analyse an existing Java product, which is currently deficient in tests.
Vassil Popovski, VMware Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria
Currently interning with this company, and would like to compare a number of tools including JWalk, EvoSuite, AgitarOne and Randoop. Would like to see how use of these tools could fit into unit testing at VMware.
Stefanus Putro, Duta Wacana Christian University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
As a student on an Information Engineering course, wanted to write a survey paper on JWalk as an example of a unit testing tool.
Ganesh Sundar Rajeswaran, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Chennai, India
Interested in using JWalk for automatically generating unit tests.
Santosh Kumar Raju, GE Healthcare, Bangalore, India
Interested in using JWalk, instead of writing manual tests, seeking to get better coverage of Java classes.
Rudolf Ramler, Software Competence Center Hagenberg GmbH, Hagenberg, Austria
Interested in trying out JWalk in a student project, prior to using it to test industrial Java software components.
Rodrigo Ramos, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Interested in evaluating JWalk as an alternative to conventional unit testing while performing test-driven development, as part of a computer science course.
Mihir Rathwa, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
As a student at Arizona State University, is interested in evaluating JWalk on a course assignment in Software Verification, Validation and Testing.
Prakash Reddy, Samsung Research and Development Institute India, Bangalore, India
Working as a senior QA engineer with Samsung, would like to try out JWalk for testing Java on the Android platform.
Dana Rink, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
As a graduate student at Arizona State University, is interested in using JWalk in a class CSE565 Software Verification, Validation and Testing.
Andrew Rist, Texas State University, Texas, USA
As a graduate student at Texas State University, is interested in examining the strengths and weaknesses of JWalk compared to other automated software testing tools.
Julien Ruiz, Groupe Mutuel, Martigny, Switzerland
As an IT project manager at Groupe Mutuel, has a complex J2EE application which he would like to test using JWalk. Other test frameworks such as Randoop, CodePro and EvoSuite have not been suitable.
Daniel Saenz, University of Texas at El Paso, TX, USA
As a student taking a Software Verification & Validation class, has been asked to use a couple of testing tools to see how they work and how helpful they are when developing new software. Has looked at JWalk and believes it could really help.
Rahul Salota, Seattle Tech Interviews, Seattle, USA
Working as a facilitator and organiser of the Seattle Tech Interviews forum; would like to use JWalk for automatic generation of tests.
Frédéric Savino, Open Source Developer, France
Interested in using JWalk for personal purposes, evaluating it for other subcontracted work.
Moganedi Sekele, South African Reserve Bank, Pretoria, South Africa
Is evaluating a variety of automated unit test generating tools and frameworks with a goal to recommending one to their team. Would like to try JWalk after a recommendation from another company, IDR Solutions.
Dzhoshkun Shakir, Centre for Medical Image Processing, University College London, UK
Is part of the GIFT-Surg project, which is developing novel surgical instrumentation in conjunction with novel image processing methods for aiding surgeons in fetal surgery. For the team's software development endeavours, they are looking for a robust testing framework, and JWalk looks promising.
Rashmi Sharma, Krishna Institute of Engineering and Technology, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
As an academic at KIET, is interested in using JWalk in some of his research.
Rudolf Scheurer, University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, Fribourg/Freiburg, Austria
With a PhD on automated testing from specifications and communications protocols, has since moved into networks and security. Would like to try out JWalk for future internal and research projects.
Reinhard Schiedermeier, Munich University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule München)
As a teacher of software engineering, would like to show students JWalk as one example of an interesting way of how to build useful tests.
Nico Schmitt, University of Applied Sciences, Mannheim, Germany
Would like to include a presentation of JWalk in a workshop on software testing, to be prepared with a group of students taking a Master of Science course.
Alexander Schmitz, Hochschule Weserbergland, Hameln, Germany
Is completing his bachelor's project on the evaluation of test frameworks for unit testing, and would like to include JWalk as one of the tools in the evaluation.
Abed Ibrahim Shahadat, Hashemite University, Zarqa, Jordan
As a master's student, is interested in comparing JWalk with other unit testing tools for Java.
Yousuf Shakeel, Alsalam Aircraft Company, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Interested in reviewing the capabilities of JWalk for software testing in some forthcoming company projects.
Edvinas Šilkus, Kauno Technologijos Universitetas, Lithuania
Intends to use JWalk for a course assignment to unit-test an Open Source Java program.
Anthony Simons, University of Sheffield, UK
Original designer of JWalk; working on developing and extending the capabilities of the tool.
Inderjeet Singh, Mälardalen University College, Västerås, Sweden
Investigating using JWalk as a testing tool, as part of a survey for a Master's thesis in the area of unit testing.
Nastassia Smeets, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Interested in evaluating JWalk against the testing tools μJava and Randoop, and against carefully hand-crafted tests written for JUnit.
J Brian Spindler, Netuitive, Inc., Reston VA, USA
Intends to introduce JWalk into the company's development process for all the benefits mentioned in comparison with JUnit, such as automatic proposal of test cases, systematic testing, new tests proposed after modifying the software.
Sunkara Srinu, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA
Interested in evaluating JWalk as one of several Java software testing tools, as part of a Software Engineering graduate course at NCSU.
Rajanga Sripriya, NCEDEX Ltd, Kanjurmarg, Mumbai, India
Interested in evaluating JWalk for use in testing a J2EE web-based application using Spring, Hibernate and Struts.
Stéphane Somé, University of Ottawa, Canada
Interested in using JWalk as a testing tool to support a course in software verification at the School of Information Technology and Engineering.
James Stack, CommNet, Forest Hill, Maryland USA
As a developer of bespoke software for RF-communications research, is interested in improving how unit tests are constructed; and thought that JWalk might be a useful tool to try out.
Roland Stens, Stens Consulting, Inc., North Saanich, BC, Canada
Interested in trying out JWalk as part of research into improving unit testing practices. Would like to evaluate tools like JWalk to see if they could make a significant contribution.
Scott Stewart, Accenture, Washington DC, USA
Interested in trying out JWalk for strengthening the unit testing policy on code developed for the IRS website.
Willy Sudiarto Raharjo, Duta Wacana Christian University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Teaches software engineering and software testing; and would like to use JWalk to demonstrate unit testing. Subsequently obtained a group license for students to use JWalk for ther software testing project.
Bruce Sun, Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Stamford, Connecticut, USA
Would like to evaluate the capabilities of the JWalk toolset.
Gerry Sweeny, Standard Life, Standard Life House, 30 Lothian Road, Edinburgh, UK
After coming across the JWalk testing tool by accident, thought it looked interesting and would like to try it out to see if it might be suitable for software development projects in the company.
Tan Yong Tai, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Is investigating automated program assessment systems (automated code marking) as part of a bachelors degree at NUS. Would like to see how JWalk could be adapted for a JWalk Marker tool.
Ramsay Taylor, University of Sheffield, UK
Interested in how JWalk generates traces for a class, to help inform a grammar-based approach to inferring states from traces, as part of a project to test Erlang software.
Julie Teplik, Arizona State University, Arizona, USA
Is a student at Arizona State University Polytechnic campus, and would like to use JWalk to test software in a class where they are required to use some sort of software testing tool.
Varun Tewari, Bitwise World, Pune, India
Interested in researching and exploring JWalk's capability to generate a test-suite for any given class on-the-fly.
Christopher Thomson, University of Hull, UK
Integrated JWalk with the IBM Eclipse open source IDE; interested in comparing JWalk against JUnit for testing effectiveness.
Lennox E Thompson, University of Texas at El Paso, TX, USA
As a student taking a Software Verification & Validation class, has been asked to use a couple of testing tools to see how they work and how helpful they are when developing new software. Has looked at JWalk and believes it could really help.
Mark Tinker, ITP Engines UK Ltd., Leicester, UK
Interested in using JWalk as an alternative to JUnit, for improving unit test-coverage of Java elements of thermal analysis products used to model heat transfer in the space industry.
Arne-Michael Toersel, Fachhochschule Stralsund - University of Applied Sciences, Stralsund, Germany
Interested in using JWalk to learn correct specifications and automatically check the quality of student exercises in Java.
Michelle Tongo, Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio, USA
As a student, is interested in using JWalk in a unversity project.
Heather Troesch, University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Currently enrolled in a software testing class and completing a research paper on testing tools and frameworks. Would like to use JWalk as one of the surveyed examples in a report.
Smita Uphadyay, ebay Inc., San Josa, California, USA
Wants to evaluate JWalk to see if testing with JWalk can increase productivity at eBay.
Salim Vanak, Media Magic Ltd., Leicester, UK
Completed a PhD in generating complete tests for the VHDL description of the ARM chip. Uses JWalk for unit testing at Media Magic.
Tiago Velosa, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal
As part of a Master's degree in Software Engineering, is investigating JWalk as one of several software testing tools, to see how these can be improved.
Janielton Veloso, Federal University of Piauí, Brazil
Interested in conducting a student software testing project that compares JWalk against other tools for Java Unit testing.
Bert van Vreckem, University College Ghent, Flanders, Belgium
Would like to evaluate JWalk for use on several bachelor's courses related to Java programming, quality management and software projects.
Matthew Wain, Land Registry, Plymouth, UK
Looking to see if we can improve our testing productivity, that is, simplify, yet be more rigorous with testing, alongside general static unit testing and code coverage.
Shawn Weiner, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
As a student at Arizona State University, is following a track in Software Engneering, and has been given a project Software Enterprise: Testing, which requires comparison of different testing frameworks for Java, so would like to try JWalk as one of the contenders.
Benjamin Weissmann, MIT, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Would like to try out JWalk as a test engine for software developed for his undergraduate Class 6.005 Elements of Software Construction (Daniel Jackson/Robert Miller).
Robert Williams, US Bank, Gresham, Portland OR, USA
Found out about JWalk while exploring testing tools. For the moment, he is mostly just curious about how it works and how he might be able to use it.
David Wilson, SecureNet Monitoring Pty, Prospect NSW, Australia
While evaluating Java unit testing products, came across JWalk and wanted to try the tool, to see if this made unit testing easier, compared with other products.
Giles Winstanley, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia
Interested in using JWalk to test a large code suite developed for a Master's thesis, concerned with spatially-explicit simulation of homogeneous coral habitats.
Xiang, Run, Tianfu Software Park Co., Ltd, Chengdu, China
Has used JUnit for manual testing for some time and is finding the need to maintain test-sets inconvenient, so wishes to try JWalk instead.
Ofir Yariv, Ruckus Wireless, Sunnydale CA, USA
Would like to use JWalk to systematically generate unit tests for Ruckus's wireless products.
Sean Yi, Centennial College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Would like to investigate and demonstrate the JWalk tool to the rest of the class, as part of a course on Software Testing and Quality.
Wenwen Zhao, University of Sheffield, UK
Helped to extend JWalk's algebraic analysis to identify when tested objects revisited old states.
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