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revised How to write maintainable, not brittle, unit tests for a GUI?
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comment How to write maintainable, not brittle, unit tests for a GUI?
Ahh, that's good to know. Yeah for that stuff I would focus on workflow and organizational qa-developer interaction
Oct
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comment How to write maintainable, not brittle, unit tests for a GUI?
m01, you can change it back. I think of UI tests as usually being integrated tests. The tests tend to rely on the seed and fixture data being present and the UI working with them. If you have true UI tests that don't rely on any other data that is excellent. However I've found this to be relatively rare.
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Sep
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comment What should a Dependency Injector look like in JavaScript?
How about a call to a method that passes a parameter that determines what the method does ?
Sep
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revised Is it possible to take a flexible agile approach to projects that require estimates of both time taken and time saved?
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answered Is it possible to take a flexible agile approach to projects that require estimates of both time taken and time saved?
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comment gitflow model with UAT releases is too chaotic, how to simplify?
btw you can train the QA's to resolve the conflicts. I am QA and I resolve code merge conflicts. This frequently means grabbing the original developer for a few seconds (usually) and saying - is this what we want? 90% of the time you are good to go. In cases where the conflict is involve and complicated I pass it back to the developer to do the rebasen and get it right. This combines guidelines and practicality. Otherwise tickets can get 'lost' in the shuffle and take hours or days to complete when a quick conversation could resolve it
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comment gitflow model with UAT releases is too chaotic, how to simplify?
submodules - arggh. They've been a major pain for several organizations that I have worked in. My last one reversed that decision eventually. The non-standard aspects of them and the need to manually performs updates, explain it to new people, etc eventually became too burdensome. We went to favoring simpliity and 1 method of how things work.
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