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I don't know how trusting in test cases isn't the same as saying "hidesite is 20-20". Blaming bad test cases is easy; thinking of the right test cases up front is hard.

I agree that lots of random thrashing is good. It may not find all the bugs but boy howdy it will shake out many of them. Where I work we have our 'bot army' that is 100's of programmed clients that log into the same space and thrash around, chatting and videoing and switching their mike and headset on and off. Its a threshold for a release, to run a week on the bot army without issues (crashes, leaks, stuck bots)




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