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Matthew Heusser / Matt@xndev.com / xndev.blogspot.com The Software Test&Performance Conference / San Mateo, CA Apr 16 th, 2008 Evolution/Revolution And Test Automation
Dialectic (In-class exercise. I’ll meet you at the easel.)
How Science Advances - Aristotle’s Error - Galileo - Copernicus -Neptunism - Newton - Francis Bacon
The testing pyramid
Test Automation - I
Test Automation - II Model Based Testing
Tomorrow’s Test Automation Test Classification as ‘tags’ Other kinds of test automation –Little tool sets –Reproducing Defects –Documenting Defects –Creating “Test Case” Documentation –Taking notes for us
A different kind of tool set
Scientific Revolution. Do Now U7D7 Read “Scientific Revolutions DBQs” Document 1 and answer Question 1 only Homework: Read Chapter 14 Section 5, and.
Quaestio: How did Descartes, Bacon, and Newton each contribute to our modern approach to science? Nunc Agenda: Read the document at the top of your sheet.
Revolution? (5) What is your idea of a revolution? Give your own definition as well as some examples. (Go to page 382)
Lightning Talks Presented at the Software Test and Performance Conference 2008 San Mateo, California April 17, 2008.
Creating Order Out of Chaos. Beginning of the Scientific Revolution Developed out of advances in math and science during late 1500s and early 1600s.
CHAPTER 16 Scientific Revolution. What developments contributed to the Scientific Revolution?
Toward a Scientific World View History 104 / February 1, 2013.
Exercise Exercise3.1 8 Exercise3.1 9 Exercise
Exercise Exercise Exercise Exercise
Exercise Exercise6.1 7 Exercise6.1 8 Exercise6.1 9.
How did the Scientific Revolution change the way people thought? What do you know about Isaac Newton?
基 督 再 來 （一）. 經文： 1 你們心裡不要憂愁；你們信神，也當信我。 2 在我父的家裡有許多住處；若是沒有，我就早 已告訴你們了。我去原是為你們預備地去 。 3 我 若去為你們預備了地方，就必再來接你們到我那 裡去，我在 那裡，叫你們也在那裡， ] ( 約 14 ： 1-3)
Your Assignment You have an in class project that you will start today and it is DUE MONDAY at the START of CLASS! It is worth 58 points! You have the.
The Scientific Revolution. Changing Views of the Universe Until the mid-1500s, Europeans accepted the theory that the Earth was the center of the universe.
Ch. 6.1 Scientific Revolution I. The Roots of Modern Science A. Medieval View 1.The earth was an immovable object at the center of the universe 2.Moon,
The Scientific Revolution
Scientific Methods. The Italian Physicist Galileo Galilei and the English philosopher Francis Bacon are usually credited as the principal founders of.
Scientific Revolution. Effects of the Age of Exploration in Europe: New form of government: Absolutism New economic system, mercantilism New way of thinking:
THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION November 10, ESSENTIAL QUESTION How did the Scientific Revolution draw upon Renaissance ideals?
Scientific Revolution I. Causes- look back to Global 9 Let’s make some predictions- what events from Global 9 would have inspired new scientific.
The Scientific Revolution C16, S1 pp
The Scientific Revolution World History. Impact of Renaissance/New Technology and Mathematics Greek and Latin Languages studied again Telescope, microscope.
The Scientific Revolution The Scientific Revolution was a product of the Renaissance and influenced by Reformation.
Changing Views of the Universe In the 1500s and 1600s people began to question long-held beliefs about the Earth’s being the center of the universe. Nicolaus.
Scientific Revolution Objective: Explain how the Scientific Revolution challenged peoples’ view of the world.
By: Tori, Leslie, Evan, Amelia, Kamila, Niya The Scientific Revolution was a series of major advances in science during the 1500s – 1600s.
The Scientific Revolution. The Aristotelian Universe Derived from Ptolemy, Aristotle, and Plato Classical Writings “Christianized” Medieval Cosmology.
The Enlightenment During the Age of Absolutism, Europeans began encountering innovations in science and reason. Old ideas about faith and tradition (like.
The Scientific Revolution Events and people. What people thought Everything is God’s will. The Earth is the centre of the Universe. Medicine.
The Scientific Revolution. What was it? Between 1500 and 1700 modern science emerged as a new way of understanding the natural world. Scientists began.
Scientific Revolution Ch 11Standard 7.10 Understand the significance of new scientific theories by religious scientists, and significance of inventions.
The Scientific Revolution. Early Scientists First Sciences that developed were: First Sciences that developed were: - mathematics - mathematics - astronomy.
Scientific Revolution By: Mr. Mitchell. Aristotle and the Geocentric Theory Aristotle believed that the Earth was the center of the universe – AKA Geocentric.
Scientific Revolution NamePeriod # Information Front Back.
Science & Exploration. Scientific Revolution Roger Bacon: it’s ok to experiment w/ science! (1200s) Scientific Method: math, instruments, & experiments.
Scientific Revolution. Definition of the Scientific Revolution.
Chapter 20 Science and Exploration Study Island TCAP Review Homework TCAP Practice –20 points Must work a little in each category –At little.
1500s-1700s Was a period of new ideas, inventions and changes in technology and sciences The Scientific Revolution.
Who were the great scientists of the Scientific Revolution? E. Napp.
The Scientific Revolution How did science begin to change the way people thought? GalileoCopernicusNewton.
The Scientific Revolution 1500’s – 1600’s. Where have we been & where are we going? Middle Ages: 450’s-1400’s Renaissance: 1300’s-1600’s Reformation:
Chapter 18: A Revolutionary in Science Section 1: The Scientific Revolution Master Plan World History Period 6.
BELLWORK PLEASE TAKE OUT YOUR SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION NOTES FROM WEDNESDAY. IT’S THE LIST OF SIX SCIENTISTS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS.
2 of 6 The Renaissance and Reformation Section 5: The Scientific Revolution III.Breakthroughs in Medicine and Chemistry A.Using the scientific method,
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