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Makeda Peters-Telesford
Makeda Peters-Telesford

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Trace based Testing and Global Warming?

As the world becomes increasingly digitized, the effects of climate change are becoming more and more apparent. The way we live our lives is having a profound impact on the planet, and it’s time we take responsibility for our actions.

One small way we can do this is by ensuring that the software we write is as energy-efficient as possible. This is where trace-based testing comes in.

Trace-based testing is a method of testing software that analyzes the energy consumption of individual code paths. By understanding which code paths are the most energy-hungry, we can make changes to reduce the overall energy consumption of our software.

In addition to being more energy-efficient, trace-based testing has a number of other benefits. It can help us identify and fix bugs more quickly, and it can improve the overall performance of our software.

Trace-based testing is already being used by some of the world’s leading companies, including Google, Facebook, and Netflix. As the effects of climate change become more and more apparent, we expect more and more companies to adopt trace-based testing in an effort to reduce their carbon footprints.

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Name- Makeda
Job- Product Marketer for Monokle, Tracetest, Kubefirst.
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