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There are two ways of proceeding with this. Go to the actual class file testSuite.TestOrder and change the @Test tag on the method to @Test(enabled="false") But you will have to recompile your class files every time you have to make a change. @Test(group={"ignore"}) TestNG has a group option which help you categorize the tests. Mark all test that you want ...


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I have over 15 years experience in QA and automation, and am in my first role as a lead, where I have been for less than a year. I have tried to emulate some of the good qualities that I have observed in leads that I really looked up to and respected. I'm not going to repeat other answers, so I'll list a few things in addition to the other answers already ...


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I found fork on github with clear instructions: https://github.com/rodion-goritskov/test-analytics-ng How to build? You need Maven (http://maven.apache.org/) to build the test-analytics-ng project. Clone this repo If you have Maven version 3.0.X change the appengine-maven-plugin version in pom.xml to 1.8.3-maven3.0 Run mvn compile Run mvn package How ...


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Lot's of good suggestions. Summarizing few more one liners for Senior QA / Lead's Self Organized Challenges the Environment, Raise testing standards by experimenting new processes/Adopting new Tools Aware of Test Automation Framework Design and Development (Learn if you are not aware of Automation practice) Sound Technical Skills, Selfless, ...


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First off, everything I say here should be checked against your job description - that's going to tell you what your employer expects of you. As a lead, you probably don't have hire/fire responsibility (that usually goes with the manager title), so your employer's expectations will probably fall into these areas: resource management - making sure that ...


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I'm going to start with my standard response: it depends. I'm assuming you're talking about computer games and not board or other kinds of games, but the computer game industry has something of a reputation for using a lot of unskilled testers. That reputation comes from the fact that the large game development companies can call on gamers who think it ...


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Game is software actually. Testing process is still same in common for any software product for selected workflow. Game testing has own features but it still software testing as far as I know. Each software product requires some special knowledge which you can get during work. So, answer on your question is YES, test engineer who understand development ...


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Tester role requires some degree of creativity, ability to spot the things and learn-ability. Those who are testing games do have these qualities. Question comes to understanding and adapting tools and process used in software testing. I guess it is matter of adapting and learning tools and processs for person who is in game testing.


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Please refer below link i think it will useful for you http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn282443.aspx


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I haven't installed/deployed this, but if you are looking to just try it out, Google hosts an instance here: https://test-analytics.appspot.com/


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This isn't possible without some serious messing around with the TFS API right now. Part of the problem is that internally test cases are stored as work items where test plans and test results are stored in completely different parts of the system with complex relationship structures. As a result, the built in query engine can't access them. ...


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It depends, and there are no industry standards. Seriously. Any metric can be gamed (and will be, if you use it for assessment). I'm not aware of any standard approaches, not least because the teams are - or should be - evaluating themselves regularly and looking for ways to improve their own processes (if they aren't then they're probably using ...


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As the other answers have said, there is no "typical" process. Everyone handles things their own way. That said, there are some common factors: most places will have some form of test plan repository. I've seen everything from a mix of documents and spreadsheets in a shared directory structure to the high dollar professional tools. most places will figure ...


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Firstly, Each company has own test process but it is typical in common. Secondly, each company has different development lifecycle so testing process differs. I can share with our current test process: Overview project structure Overview diagram of requirements Get Software requirements specification document Write test plan which includes the following ...


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It is probably different for each organization/team/product/process, but here is a typical process I have used (starting from new functionality): Identify the key test parameters such as oracles, surfaces (variables like platform, inputs, outputs, etc), and risk areas. Explore the function under scrutiny at the time using multiple manual test sessions. ...



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