In this blog post, Cédric Beust describes the new TestNG features that allows to convert Java unit tests from JUnit 3 and JUnit 4 to TestNG.
In this blog post, Alister Scott explains how Watir and WebDriver work together using Watir-WebDriver, a Watir (ruby) implementation on WebDriver.
This blog post by Geoffrey Wiseman presents some of the challenges to automated testing in GWT.
In this post, Mark Seemann discusses the Test-Driven Development or Test-Driven Design meanings of TDD and reaches the conclusion that TDD is not a good design methodology.
Mocking frameworks allow you to stub out behavior to perform tests of individual pieces of functionality. However, there are times when performing certain actions and assert a result is not sufficient. This video drills deep into unit testing and explains the differences between state and interaction–based testing. We will examine the role of stubs versus mocks and how to correctly write unit tests that are not fragile or counter–productive. Watch this streaming video from the Norwegian Developer Conference 2010
Weekend Testers is a platform for software testers to collaborate, test various kinds of software, foster hope, gain peer recognition, and be of value to the community.
In this blog post, Patrick Weibel shares his experience in detecting performance problems in a .NET environment.