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comment Random test data: How to do it right?
It's not whether you duplicate logic; it's how much you need to duplicate. If you use random data in an app with a complicated data model, you can end up going down a rat hole.
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comment What's “Offline” in SDLC and when/why do we use test automation?
It may not make sense to automate something whose test interface changes a lot, because your test maintenance costs will outweigh the benefit.
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comment Stress test mvc application
RE JMeter. How many machines depends on the web site. You'll need to try it for yourself. You also need to be more precise about the requirements: 10000 simultaneous users? 10000 users over the course of a minute? Or an hour?
Jan
26
comment Execute Test in multiple browser & multiple threads using selenium TestNG
Which Testng version?
Jan
25
answered Random test data: How to do it right?
Jan
25
comment QA Manager with no programming background looking to self-educate in SQE
the second paragraph seems to be a question, not an answer
Jan
23
comment Recommend resources for learning how to test dynamic-content GUIs
That sounds like a good idea.
Jan
23
answered Recommend resources for learning how to test dynamic-content GUIs
Jan
23
comment What's the best way to determine how to balance a fighting game?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's not about QA or testing.
Jan
21
reviewed No Action Needed Best Opensource Tool available for Security Testing of Web applications
Jan
21
reviewed Edit automated-testing tag wiki excerpt
Jan
21
revised automated-testing wiki excerpt
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Jan
20
revised Universal algorithm testing tool
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Jan
20
comment Inputs in test case clarification
Yes, radio buttons are inputs too. Dragging column headers is a more complicated case; most likely it impacts how the data is displayed but not how the data is processed or retrieved. Your system will have different components, each with its own set of inputs. If the system under test is designed properly, you can test those components separately. In a badly designed system, it might be that selecting and dragging a column header changes how radio buttons or text fields are interpreted, which will make your job harder.
Jan
19
reviewed Approve JavaScript as for automation testing
Jan
14
answered Inputs in test case clarification
Jan
14
answered How does one get started with web test automation using Selenium?
Jan
14
comment What information is accessible via your iOS UDID?
Relevant: apple.stackexchange.com/questions/124637/…
Jan
14
revised Agile Tester vs Traditional Tester…?
edited title
Jan
13
comment Selenium: Unable to automate file upload
Peter, you don't actually "close the question" as such. Instead, you "accept" one of the answers by clicking on the check box. Why don't you do that now?