Five ways to reduce the cost of large test suites
Lambeth council in south London has a historic reputation for controversial policies. At one point, it banned the police from using the council facilities. In 1985, it refused to set the budget, as a protest against government policies. After an audit, the leader and 30 other councillors had to repay the losses personally, and were banned from holding a political office for five years. For conservative media in 1980s, Lambeth was the prime example of ‘Loony left’, and it looks as if it is on good track to regain that reputation. Lambeth recently closed two libraries to save money,...
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