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Apr
15
comment Recommended Test Suite management software
TFS combined with Microsoft Test Manager, I was very impressed when I first used it.
Apr
9
comment Which skills are required for a tester with only one year of experience
You should add some context to the question to get a better answer. Are hiring? looking for a job with one year experience behind you? just finished school?
Apr
8
comment How to write test scenario and test cases for one time password
I do, it makes sense to that bottom line of your effort would be covering those
Mar
9
comment What types of testing is right for server OS upgrade
server OS upgrade tests. Seriously- you need to come with more context and ideas you thought about, at the moment the way your question is written we can fill books with answers
Mar
4
comment Mobile application testing
removed my comment and edited the answer, thx
Feb
25
comment What is the process for developing a test plan?
@ Chris Kenst I bought and used "ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119-3: Test Documentation" once to get some test ideas, but never heard of anyone else doing it
Feb
24
comment What is the process for developing a test plan?
without going into the discussion of are "software testing standards good or evil" they are not a good starting point for developing a test plan, especially for inexperienced test planner. He will not find there the answer to "How do I start writing a test plan that is designed for decent coverage without getting bogged down attempting to covering every nuance?"
Feb
5
comment Software testing and non-functional properties
“how” the system works as opposed to what ?
Jan
29
comment Online test platform for sockets
but why won't you build a network in your lab to simulate the internet? add a few routers, define the routing rules and build a very simple application to accept your calls
Dec
29
comment Should I perform tests during fixture?
It's a nice theoretical answer, but I am not sure it is implementable and it is certainly not a direct answer to the original question.
Sep
8
comment Data Testing for Massive CSV/XML files
I'm sure C# also has good parsers for XML and CSV
Sep
8
comment Data Testing for Massive CSV/XML files
loading text files (XML and CSV are basically text files) into a DB would slow the test to a halt
Apr
7
comment How to test embedded software running on a microcontroller?
Most of the traditional tools can be adapted to work with embedded devices using "drivers" or a software layer that communicate with the device. Actually if you use a tool that runs on your desktop you'll always have to implement such a software layer, although some vendors has built in drivers for known interfaces (e.g. Qualisystems) Android has many test environments, some even run on target, but again those that run on a desktop need adaptation.
Apr
1
comment How to test hardware of random number generators?
the link in dzieciou's comment has all this and more
Mar
12
comment Possible for specific hardware to cause memory leaks?
It might even be a typical path, just running in different timing or constraints.
Feb
2
comment Fuzzing Python Modules
Not sure what are you looking for- fuzz testing the entire module's API automatically ?
Nov
27
comment Is there open-source software available for summarizing combinatorial test results?
open-source or free ? It's not the same. Do you need the source code of the tool?
Jun
3
comment How should you interview for QA Automation positions?
Your idea is good in general, but it assumes the candidate knows Facebook, or whatever system you are asking about. My experience shows that it is hard to find a common large enough system to ask about similar question.
Apr
18
comment Why testing, by definition, cannot find deadlocks and stack overflows?
Code review might be defined as static testing, but usually developers are responsible for doing it (unless you work at Microsoft where testers participate in code reviews)
Apr
8
comment Testing asynchronous concurrent systems in a systematic way
Definitely yes, I found more than one bug this way