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 ...
How would you unit-test or perform the most effective automated testing on graphics code for OpenGL?
I'm writing a game and the accompanying graphics engine on top of OpenGL in C++. Im also a fan of good coding processes and automated testing. Graphics code + testing seems pretty immiscible, since ...
Unit testing consists of executable code which exercise a certain functionality and then assert some conditions. The results are either Pass or Fail. The objective is always to have all tests ...
I am used to user testing in Java, and I also manually test each section of code I write, but now, I want to automate it. There is no GUI for this project, so user testing is not required and I can ...
We have tried to introduce developer automated testing several times at my company. Our QA team uses Selenium to automate UI tests, but I always wanted to introduce unit tests and integration tests. ...
How to efficiently troubleshoot or test new code when hardware setup to reproduce bugs is difficult or impossible to obtain?
I work at a mid-sized company (150ish employees, ~10 size engineering team), and most of my projects involve interfacing with lab equipment (oscilloscopes, optical spectrum analyzers, etc) for the ...
We are currently investigating automated user interface testing (we currently do automated unit and integration testing). We've looked at Selenium and Telerik and have settled on the latter as the ...
Automated testing is pretty hyped-up in recent years, with particular emphasis on TDD at the "unit" level. The touted advantages include things like: Stabilizing existing code: breaking changes are ...
My current job is mostly writing GUI test code for various applications that we work on. However, I find that I tend to copy and paste a lot of code within tests. The reason for this is that the areas ...