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bio website dzieciou.blogspot.com
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I know why I am a tester. My driving force is my curiosity: I want to know how things work, why they work and why they don't.

Outside of my regular work I am also a contributor to Awaitility project.


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revised Isolating defect in distributed event-driven system
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Dec
1
asked Isolating defect in distributed event-driven system
Nov
29
revised What are strong points of RFT comparing to other test management tools?
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Nov
29
comment check for value if found before adding it to my drop down list?
Welcome to SQA, engy. Please consider making this question more generic, so other people could learn from your question too. Not it is very specific, but you define better in what context your script could be useful, some scenario, that would more useful.
Nov
29
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Nov
29
revised How to share my test scripts with other stakeholders?
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Nov
28
revised Solving “SeleneseTestCase is deprecated” issue
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Nov
28
revised Solving “SeleneseTestCase is deprecated” issue
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Nov
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Nov
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suggested suggested edit on Solving “SeleneseTestCase is deprecated” issue
Nov
28
reviewed Reviewed What is a good training to signup for to get training for my SQA department?
Nov
28
comment What is a good training to signup for to get training for my SQA department?
Are you looking for training all over the world or something closer? Where are you from? Are you looking for training or groups of interest? For instance, in my city there's a number of groups that meet every two weeks, discussing developer/testing problems and solutions or organizing practice meetings, where you learn by practicing development/testing with others: CodeKata, CodeRetreat, etc. On some conferences there are also meetings like TestKata where you may learn testing through practicing it with others.
Nov
27
comment How do I reasonably unit test calendrical calculations?
Exactly, the point is to understand how the system treats the data, group data for which system should perform in a similar way, and choose from each group a case to test. That is equivalence partitioning and would be a point to start from.
Nov
27
comment Mutation testing: is it useful for assessing test quality?
I found the following an example of mutation testing use. We have method foo() that calls method bar() on object X, if a certain condition has been satisfied. In the test, we check with interaction on mock of object X happened when condition has been satisfied, but we do not check whether there was no such interaction when condition was not satisfied. A mutant removes (or reverse condition in) "if" statement, while tests are still green. This suggests two options to follow: (a) either "if" statement is unnecessary or (b) a new test checking lack of interaction can be added.
Nov
27
revised Mutation testing: is it useful for assessing test quality?
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Nov
26
revised Xpath captured using Selenium IDE is not running in Selenium RC for Links designed in XML
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Nov
26
revised Xpath captured using Selenium IDE is not running in Selenium RC for Links designed in XML
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Nov
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suggested suggested edit on Xpath captured using Selenium IDE is not running in Selenium RC for Links designed in XML
Nov
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suggested suggested edit on Xpath captured using Selenium IDE is not running in Selenium RC for Links designed in XML
Nov
26
comment Mutation testing: is it useful for assessing test quality?
@henry I've learned from your that equivalent mutations can be something good, not bad, helping to improve the code. Thank you.