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bio website dzieciou.blogspot.com
location Cracow, Poland
age 33
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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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comment Payment gateways checklist
Can you summarize the content of the link you have provided? The article under link requires signing in and also one day the site under this link maybe be down.
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comment QA Manager with no programming background looking to self-educate in SQE
In your current job is there anything that has potential to be automated? What is that?
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comment How have Guava unit tests been generated automatically?
Thanks for correcting the link.
15h
comment How can I test Wordpress 4.1 for stability?
@breakdrulz, Can you elaboratem more what you mean by "it looks like already stable"? What tests have you made that claim it looks stable?
15h
comment Non-Functional requirements specification
Hmmm, there is one non-functional requirement that code coverage metric can help measure: maintainability. If you have many good tests I will be easier to introduce a change without breaking existing functionality.
15h
comment Non-Functional requirements specification
I don't think code coverage is a metric to be measured here. High code coverage can help you verify that some of your functional requirements are satisfied but won't tell you whether response time or usability of the application satisfy requirements.
Nov
23
comment Details about root causes of bugs
Welcome to SQA, Turcia. What's the purpose of creating such a list?
Oct
30
comment Where to get feedback on my testing skills?
What are P1 test cases? What is BVT? Boundary Value Testing?
Oct
13
comment Good resources for building a QA team
Can you share your ideas in public here?
Oct
11
comment Resources to learn about testing theory
I would turn this question into a community wiki, as there cannot be "the best" answer for this kind of questions.
Oct
1
comment Generic Automation Framework
I've seen multiple projects failing because requirements were vague, ambiguous or too generic. For some reason there are no silver bullets that work for everything. I would start from writing tests and see what kind of things you're missing when writing them. Let your tests drive requirements.
Sep
25
comment Testability analysis for PHP
@EdsonMedina, what do you mean by the "abstractness"? Any example would help me understand.
Sep
25
comment How to ignore/accept/avoid SSLHandshakeException while trying to check for broken links?
Which FirefoxWebDriver version are you using?
Sep
21
comment Regarding pay for entry level
As a place, PA stands for what?, I guess Pennsylvania, US?
Sep
14
comment Comparing the term “Build Verification Testing” with “System Testing”
+1 for noting multiple dimensions of testing: what is tested? at what level? against what risks? using what techniques? --- all those are dimensions.
Sep
14
comment How is Selenium different from other GUI automation tools?
@MichaelF, I agree with Ardesco. It's not the problem (or at least not the biggest) that you use overloaded or ambiguous terms. It would be far more constructive if for the terms with multiple definitions you give definition you meant behind it.
Sep
4
comment Future of DOM based UI testing
Also see my question for a sketch of the solution: sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/8882/…
Sep
4
comment Future of DOM based UI testing
I only know one. For ExtJs check InfoStretch: infostretch.com/QA/selenium-framework.php. This is commercial library in Java, released without sources, but you will be able to see interfaces and their methods to get an idea.
Sep
4
comment How credible are WebDriver tests?
Can you give an example how using PhantomJSDriver allows catching those JavaScript errors? Does it report those JavaScript errors? I also wonder whether PhantomJS is not yet another incarnation of Web browser, just headless ;-), so the fact I got errors in IE doesn't mean those errors will appear in PhantomJS.
Aug
7
comment Sr QA Interview Questions
Also, what is Senior in one company, can be considered Junior in another. Also, even within the same company one team may expect very technical candidate, while another someone that will be testing on business level.