Staying Sane While Testing the Hard Stuff

December 17, 2018 2

Even the best software test suites can’t entirely prevent nasty surprises: race conditions, unexpected interactions, faults in distributed protocols and so on, still slip past them into production. Yet writing even more tests of the same kind quickly runs into diminishing returns. This talk presents new software testing automated techniques that can dramatically improve your software testing, letting you focus on what your code should do, rather than which cases should be tested.

Five Steps to Better Test Data Management

December 10, 2018 0

Good test data management is one of the best practices of successful software quality assurance, especially when you perform integration and functional testing for large systems. In this article, Christian Meléndez discusses important topics associated to test data management like how much data do you really need, how to deal with data privacy concerns, test data as self-service and test data generation.

No More Testing Tools in Visual Studio

December 7, 2018 4

Microsoft has recently published the Visual Studio 2019 Preview Release Notes. This version should be the last containing the Coded UI and load testing test features. Microsoft explains the removal of software testing features in future version of Visual Studio by the adoption of open source tools like Selenium, Appium or Apache JMeter.

Software Testing Gone Wrong

December 3, 2018 0

Conferences are often filled with software testing success stories. It can be just as enriching and much more fun to hear about how not to do something. This lightning talk is all about software testing gone wrong.