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Jan
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comment Does Selenium depend on internet speed
I don't agree. Well, if both your test client, Selenium Grid/Hub and system under test are in the same LAN, then you're nor reaching Internet. In such case Internet is not impacting you. Only local (network) latency :-)
Jan
7
comment Does Selenium depend on internet speed
Well, if both your test client, Selenium Grid/Hub and system under test are in the same LAN, then you're nor reaching Internet. In such case Internet is not impacting you. So I would ask rather whether Selenium performance depends on network (not Internet) latency.
Jan
6
comment Webdriver - Page Object Validator
Just one comment, don't use Console.WriteLine but that rather some dedicated logging frameworks.
Jan
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answered Webdriver - Page Object Validator
Jan
6
comment Integrating JIRA with Test Link using REST Interface
myjirainstance.atlassian.net is the service provided by Attlassian or you have some local instance of JIRA? If the latter you should give name of your host instead.
Jan
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revised What are the debug tools that i can use for GUI Automation on Internet Explorer?
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Jan
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comment What are some of the best Software Testing Courses for a beginner?
I'm voting to close as this is really a matter of opinion, particularly when talking about such controversial certifications like ISTQB.
Jan
4
comment Where can I find sample/real world test cases?
@HelpingHands Previous answer was "In bug reports for similar applications or even your application." I explained now what I meant but it would be good if you could give arguments why it was insufficient instead of just voting for closing the question. Can you also retract your closing vote if you feel it's better now?
Jan
4
comment What can testers do to win over the hearts of software developers?
@KatePaulk, maybe then it makes sense to turn it into a community wiki? As there's no single answer.
Jan
4
comment Where can I find sample/real world test cases?
@HelpingHands. The question was "where" and I answered that. Can you please point in what aspect my answer does not address the question?
Jan
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Jan
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Jan
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comment Where can I find sample/real world test cases?
The question was where to find such example test cases. This answer also does not define test cases, but only test ideas. Plus, the question was about e-commerce, hotel web sites, while the presented test ideas matches 90% of Web application, independently to the domain.
Jan
3
comment How to determine a 'reasonable' response time?
Does it mean some response time delay must be artificially introduced for instance to version B?
Jan
3
comment How to determine a 'reasonable' response time?
Defining acceptable response time have been part of usability studies and based on that they defined some targets: nngroup.com/articles/response-times-3-important-limits.
Jan
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reviewed Approve How can developers improve relations with testers?
Jan
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reviewed Reject strategy tag wiki excerpt
Jan
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revised How to download a file using Selenium's WebDriver?
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Jan
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comment What can testers do to win over the hearts of software developers?
I love this question as much as I love my profession but books have been written on that topic and "there are either too many possible answers, or good answers would be too long for this format.". Hence, I'm both upvoting and voting to close this question. This question describes everything this whole forum is about and should be rather split into smaller areas: regarding communication, bug reporting (which actually is form of communication between qa and dev), resolving conflicts, involvement of QA in root cause isolation. All those deserves separate questions.
Jan
1
comment How can developers improve relations with testers?
I love this question as much as I love my profession but books have been written on that topic and "there are either too many possible answers, or good answers would be too long for this format.". Hence, I'm both upvoting and voting to close this question.