Lean-Agile Acceptance Test-Driven Development
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Lean-Agile Acceptance Test-Driven Development

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Acceptance tests are defined in this book as the test created by the customer in collaboration with the developer and the tester prior to implementation. They are not the traditional user acceptance tests performed after implementation. Although acceptance tests can be used at different development stages, Ken Pugh proposes mainly in this book an approach where all project stakeholders will collaborate to create tests that validate business requirements. Be nice: share this knowledgeshare share tweet share email 

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Lessons Learned on Testing API

July 16, 2019 0

Viktor Slavchev shares some hindsight about an API testing project. API is one of the areas where it makes sense to invest in test automation, because it is an interface that is consumed by code or by an application. So, it fits perfectly the description of easy to test with code application. However, Viktor Slavchev is amazed how little information is available about API testing basics.

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Software Testing Doesn't End With DevOps
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Software Testing Doesn’t End With DevOps

May 21, 2019 0

As DevOps accelerates the deployment of code from the development to the production environments, this influences the execution of the software testing activity that should assess the quality of this code. How do we integrate software testing into DevOps? Does DevOps mean the end of testing? Luz Parra provides some answers these questions.

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