ELISA Project members will come together for a quarterly Spring Workshop on April 5-7 to learn about the latest developments, working group updates, share best practices and collaborate to drive rapid innovation across the industry. Hosted online, this workshop is free and open to the public. If you haven’t yet checked out the schedule, click here.
As we prepare for the Spring Workshop, we’re taking a look at the most popular sessions from the November event. A full recap by Philipp Ahmann, ELISA Project Ambassador and TSC member, can be found here.
One of the most popular sessions was presented by Rachel Sibley, Senior Principal Software Quality Engineer at Red Hat, titled “Requirements Traceability using Code Coverage.”
In this video, Rachel talks about the existing techniques we use for kernel code coverage and how we would like to apply them towards requirements traceability and verification for Red Hat’s Automotive Initiative. By embedding both code coverage analysis and targeted testing during the verification stage using existing tooling, it will enable us to improve our test coverage starting with requirements. You can watch the full video here:
To see the other presentations and videos from the November 2021 Workshop, click here: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/elisa-workshop/. To attend the Spring 2022 Workshop, register here: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/elisa-workshop-spring/register/.