Microsoft SharePoint Software Tester’s Roadmap

June 30, 2014 0

SharePoint is a web application framework and platform developed by Microsoft. It integrates Intranet, content management and document management features. Efficient software testing of this platform requires some specific knowledge that will be discussed in this article with hints and tips.

Software Testing Lessons from Hockey

June 23, 2014 0

Over the years, Rob Sabourin has drawn important testing lessons from diverse sources including the great detectives, the Simpsons, Hollywood movies, comic book superheroes, and the hospital delivery room. Now Rob scores big with breakaway testing ideas from hockey, Canada’s national sport. Like star hockey players, testers develop skills and continuously adapt and perfect them.

Visual Studio Online Load Testing Process

June 16, 2014 0

It is often said that “it’s always the baker’s children who have no bread”. In this very interesting article, Ed Glas explains how Microsoft manage the load testing efforts for its Visual Studio Online tool based on a Cloud architecture.

Strict Test-Driven Development

June 10, 2014 1

Agile testing and test automation are almost mandatory for projects that demand high quality as well as short release cycles like Scrum. It acts as a safety net in order to protect existing functionality against bugs resulting from unintended side-effects of recent changes. Software developers “in the trenches” often automate their tests but don’t practice strict Test-Driven Development (TDD).

Testable Frontend JavaScript Anti-patterns

June 3, 2014 0

Software testing starts when you write the code that will be tested. In these two articles, Shane Tomlinson discusses some anti-patterns that will make your JavaScript frontend code difficult to test. He explains how to detect these anti-patterns in your code and then shows how to refactor your JavaScript to be easier to read, to reuse and to test.