István Forgács PhD was originally a researcher at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He has had more than 25 scientific articles published in leading international journals and conference proceedings. He is the co-author of the book Agile Testing Foundations: An ISTQB Foundation Level Agile Tester guide. His research interests include test design, agile testing, model-based testing, debugging, code comprehension, and static and dynamic analysis. He invented and published a partly automated method the implementation of which efficiently solved the Y2K problem so that a single tester was able to review 300,000 lines of code per day. As a result, he left academic life in 1998 to be a founder of Y2KO, the startup company implementing this ...

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