Let’s Test Stockholm is a three-day conference on software testing that take place in Sweden. The Let’s Test conference is organized by software testers for software testers with tutorials, sessions and workshops. Fiona Charles and Rob Sabourin will provide the keynotes.
Software testing is an important and tricky topic for mobile app development. With multiple operating systems versions and devices manufacturers, it is very time consuming to cover all possible combinations. This is why it is recommended to automate testing with a parallel perspective rather than performing tests sequentially. In this article, Tarik Demirović explains how to implement parallel mobile testing for Android devices with Appium.
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Years after Kent Beck provided JUnit, unit testing is part of most developer teams tooling. However, there is a trend that tends to threaten unit testing, claiming only integration testing can truly detects defects in software. This presentation first defines what unit testing and integration testing are, and their respective pros, cons and uses. Then, it explores the unique challenges posed by integration testing. Finally, tools and techniques are presented so that integration testing can become a true asset in each software developer bag of tricks.
Code coverage is a software testing metric that measures the degree to which the source code of a program is tested by a particular test suite. This metrics is often difficult to understand and interpret for software development teams. In this article, Eran Sher proposes a better approach to code coverage that is more adapted to the current situation of continuous delivery and service architecture.