Doing software testing in production used to be taboo – a sign that you had a lax attitude to QA. Now it is increasingly accepted that the opposite is true, and that if you only test your system in artificial environments you don’t really know it works. This presentation shows the tools and techniques used to test feature functionality, performance, and failure scenarios in production.
The Targeting Quality Conference is a two-day event taking place in Canada and located in Waterloo, Ontario. It includes presentations on the first day and full-day workshops on the second. This event discusses new developments in the areas of software testing such as mobile, automation, agile, skills and leadership.
The Software Test Professionals Conference Fall edition is a software testing event that will give you the opportunity to improve your software testing technique; find the latest tools; discover emerging trends; develop new or improve existing processes; network and gather with other software testing professionals.
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 automate testing with a parallel perspective rather than performing tests sequentially. In this article, Bakir Jusufbegović explains how to implement parallel mobile testing for iOS devices with Appium.
This video present how the robustness of the MongoDB server was tested to survive various system crash scenarios. You will learn how you can be able to automate crashing a server of any type of OS and host configuration (physical or virtual).