My research projects on improving software testing education in computer science programs.
My Orcid ID is: 0000-0002-0680-4443.
I sometimes toot about my research on my Mastodon account @email@example.com about my research, but more often about other things that interest me, or that fill me with wonder.
Some of my projects can be found on GitHub.com/nielsdoorn. Feel free to contribute.
Follow me on Strava! I like to go for a run now and then. It helps me to think and also to clear my mind. I often get my best ideas while working out, but I also tend to forget most of them immediately.
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Came here for the Test Informed Learning with Examples repository? Look no further! It can be found at tile-repository.github.io/.
by Niels Doorn
I presented my forum paper in a pitch and with a poster. It was a fun experience. The time allowed for the pitches was only three minutes, so very short. I really like these short presentations, because the audience can get so many ideas presented in a short time. However, to present in three minutes is a difficult job. I prepared one slide, but with the cunning use of animation, I could present quit a lot of information on that slide. Still, three minutes is really short, so I could not present as much detail as I wanted. This was not really a problem, since the idea was to give people an incentive to come to the poster presentation, which was the next day. Since RCIS was on Corfu Greece this year, the poster presentations could be done outside. That was very nice!tags: presentation - poster - RCIS