This is a big topic with many lessons. I just want to get a general sense of interest in learning generative testing.
Generative testing (also known as property-based testing) is a way to write tests as general properties on input and output. Whereas in example-based tests, you write a single example input and say what the expected output is, in generative testing, the system generates random inputs and assertions are made on their outputs. It means you can test a much wider range of inputs (including corner cases) while writing fewer tests.
For more information, see these videos:
Powerful Testing with test.check
Testing the hard stuff and staying sane
When I get enough votes, I'll break down the material into specific topics that we can vote on individually.
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Yes, please teach this!
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