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May
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comment How do fitnesse and selenium work together
The main point is that you have two questions in one post: 1 - "state of play" 2 - fitnesse & selenium. This is dangerous because you actually split potential answerers into two groups (those answering 1 and those answering 2) but you can only accept one answer. Please read this question, it says it quite well.
May
20
answered How do fitnesse and selenium work together
May
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comment How do fitnesse and selenium work together
Please do not ask multiple questions in one post. I suggest you try to split it, although I'm not sure if the "State of play" part would qualify as a real and helpful question (see FAQ).
May
19
asked Keyboard visualisation tool?
May
19
revised Getting older (any) Firefox version
fixed broken link
May
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comment Getting older (any) Firefox version
@strugee Thanks for improving the answer. Could you point us to list of mirrors?
May
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May
17
comment What types of testing are LEAST suited to using pairwise testing (and similar test design approaches)?
@user246 Why don't you just give us link to the papers? And BTW, what comment you are talking about? There is no other than yours at time I am reading it...
May
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May
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answered Getting older (any) Firefox version
May
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asked Getting older (any) Firefox version
May
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revised Where can I find good JMeter tutorials?
no TIA--thank by voting, no ALL CAPS--do not yell
May
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suggested suggested edit on Where can I find good JMeter tutorials?
May
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May
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revised How should you interview for QA positions?
Added Unicode + link for disambiguation
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suggested suggested edit on How should you interview for QA positions?
May
9
comment Capture screen during exploratory testing
If you are testing without test plan and test cases, You're Doing It Wrong. It's a common misunderstanding that exploratory testing does not have plans and test cases---it does, it's just that you create them on the run, as you continuously find bugs and/or understand the application.