After the results of a previous poll focused on functional testing automation, I wondered if there was still a great divide between the worlds of development and functional testing. So I did this follow-up question to check who was performing the functional testing.
Software Testing Articles: Load Testing, Unit Testing, Functional Testing
This paper does two things. First, it attempts to demolish a bad model, the quite popular “V model”. In the process, it hopes to banish the phrases “unit testing” and “integration testing” from our vocabularies. Second, it describes a better model. The primary purpose is not to claim to have the right model, but to describe important requirements for test models. Those requirements are summarized at the end of the paper.
This article overviews the importance of, and strategies for, regression testing relational databases. If your organization considers data to be a corporate asset and/or you’re implementing mission-critical functionality within your databases, shouldn’t you have a database testing strategy in place?
This article “XP Testing Without XP: Taking Advantage of Agile Testing Practices” describes how to use techniques from extreme programming for teams that have not implemented XP
Cobertura is an open source tool that measures test coverage by instrumenting a code base and watching which lines of code are and are not executed as the test suite runs.
Code coverage tools measure how thoroughly tests exercise programs. They are misused more often than they’re used well. This paper describes common misuses in detail, then argues for a particular cautious approach to the use of coverage.
This article presents some of the basics for getting started with Test Driven Development (TDD) using Flash Builder 4 and FlexUnit.