CS-343 Post #2

After working with docker in the past couple activities, I wanted to learn more about docker, particularly how docker uses images and containers after working with them in activity 6. I have a good idea on how they work and some differences between them, but I wanted to look more into images and containers to […]

CS-343 Post #1

After the past few activities in class I was trying to think of what I wanted to look for to do my first blog post on. The one topic that caught my attention and I wanted to look more into was Design Patterns from activity 4. The strategy design pattern that we used in model […]

Introduction : CS-343

Hello, I am Jeffery Neal, and I am a senior enrolled in Cs-343. I look forward to learning in this course and posting in the blog during this semester.

Blog Post #5 Static Testing

After working with Checkstyle in the recent activity, I wanted to look more into other static testing tools, but this led to me focusing on the purpose and function of static testing. I had an idea on how it worked prior to the activity, got practice using one of its tools in the activity, but […]

Blog #4 Mock Testing and Dependencies

I wanted to learn more about mock testing after working with it and other testing approaches in the recent activities. There are some parts of mock testing that I am think I could understand better after doing some more reading on it. The process and purpose of mocks make sense to me, where mocks are […]

Blog #3 Decision Tables

Decision Tables have been one of the tricker concepts for me to understand and work with, and was one of the tougher sections on the recent exam for me. I think part of it is me mixing some of the terms up, such as at the conditions and rules, which leads to weird looking tables […]

Blog #2 Weak vs Normal (Equivalence Class Testing)

I wanted to look more into equivalence class testing after working with it on some of the class activities and having some trouble understanding some of its aspects, specifically the differences between weak and strong, and single fault assumption vs multi fault assumption. Weak and Strong testing come in two forms each, Normal and Robust. […]

Blog Post #1: JUnit 4 vs JUnit 5

For my first post, I got the idea to look more into the differences between JUnit 4 and 5 after the video and questions from the first Advanced Assignment for CS-443. JUnit 4 was first released in 2006, and was the prior main framework for Java developers. 4 built upon assertions and annotations for methods […]


Hello everyone! I am Jeffery Neal and this is my first blog post. I am a Junior in Computer Science and enrolled in CS-443. I look forward to the rest of this semester!

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