Both Selenium and Cucumber are popular open source test automation frameworks. In this article, Jessica Cyrus explains how to integrate Cucumber and Selenium WebDriver which allows defining automated tests in a language that could be easier to understand outside the software testing team.
SoCraTes is the acronym for the International Software Craftsmanship and Testing Conference. The SoCraTes Germany conference discusses programming and software testing though the software craftsmanship approach.
When you inherit difficult code it can take weeks to become productive. Having the right tools for software testing and refactoring job and knowing how to use them makes a huge difference. Emily Bache explains this in a series of three posts that deal with approvals and mutation testing; the Lift-Up Conditional refactoring technique; replacing conditional with polymorphism.
CAST is the software testing conference of the Association for Software Testing (AST). At the CAST conference, speakers share their stories and experiences surrounding software testing, whether bound by rules and laws of science and experimentation, or expressed through creativity, imagination, and artistry. The Association for Software Testing is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the understanding of the science and practice of software testing according to Context-Driven principles.
The Apache JMeter is an open source load testing tool developed by the Apache Foundation that can be used to test performance both on static and dynamic resources. It can be used to simulate a heavy load on a server and also some functional testing. JMeter has an open architecture that can be extended with plugins.
Quality Excites (QE) is a conference on software testing and software quality assurance that take place in Gliwice, Poland. It provides lectures and workshops for professional software testers who want to learn about the newest technologies and the best practices. All the talks are in Polish.
We know that successful Agile teams live and breathe by the “Whole Team Quality” principle. But what does it actually mean in practice – and what does it definitely not mean?