I keep hearing about companies using regression testing tools for there products when using scrum as the development process (which I am trying to do). But I seem to be finding very little ...
I can write code, resolve dependencies, and get my program to run on my computer; I have no idea where to go from here though. How do I get the software ready for distribution? The school ...
There are a number of questions on this site that give plenty of information about the benefits that can be gained from automated testing. But I didn't see anything that represented the other side of ...
What document types could be used when describing software testing automation (on any phase, automation planning, test design, implementation, reporting)? Is there any standard types of documents? If ...
Was the suite of UI automation (called automation from here on out) stable? So were the tests deterministic? The requirement is if you ran the tests N times in a row you would get the same results N ...
How can we effectively manage our performance scripts? When the new codes checked in, the performance scripts should run under certain loads to measure how fast/slow it is. So, any ideas for ...
I have been working as a software QA analyst for 6 years. I will be finishing a Masters degree in computer science this year. I’m just not sure how to advance my career after my graduation. I like ...
This question is a follow up to my previous question, which was a bit general, so I shall be more specific with this one. I want to automate acceptance testing on a web application. Briefly, this ...
We are trying to setup our testing process. We wonder if our testers should develop automated regression tests, or if the developers should do that. And what about other types of automated tests? ...
TDD and unit testing seems to be the big rave at the moment. But it is really that useful compared to other forms of automated testing? Intuitively I would guess that automated integration testing is ...