The doubt or question i have is something every developer might be facing time to time. it is related to testing and development team and their perspective. I have observed that most of the Defects ...
Following my previous question (with great answer from Bart van Ingen Schenau), I noticed a discrepancy I could not wrap my head around: Bart mentioned that: The point ON the boundary is by ...
How to show to management that unit testing is cheaper in the long run than manual testing? [duplicate]
In the company I work for there is a requirement that all the code should be covered by a test of any kind because they want to have as few user reported defects as possible. With this is mind I ...
In our company we have two large systems, basically they are scoring and CRM. Both have large SQL Server databases running on Windows servers on the intranet. These two databases are managed by other ...
Is it dangerous to substitute unit tests for user testing? A co-worker believes we can reduce the manual user testing we need to do by adding more unit tests. Is this dangerous? Unit tests seem to ...
We use a detailed step-by-step user-interface regression test for our commercial web application. It has a "backbone" test for the most used / most important parts of the system, with optional tests ...
We're currently working on a medium/large PHP/MySQL project. We're doing unit testing with PHPUnit & QUnit and we have two full time testers that are manually testing the application. Our test ...
We have to organize a very long list of manually running tests. Currently we use Word documents, print them out check them off etc. Ugh-ly but works, with problems. Problems with the current solution ...