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bio website abap101.com
location Vancouver, Canada
age 25
visits member for 2 years, 2 months
seen Sep 20 '12 at 19:02

I can do some stuff in Java, much stuff in ABAP, a few in C#.

I can code. I'm not the fastest developer in the planet but this is what I do.

Looking to become better technically, I try to answer questions about topics that I study. I love StackExchange mainly because of it's recognition system (although many people didn't receive my points before I have those 15 reputation points).

By the way, if you're in this page and you have a cool Open Source project (no matter the language) ping me. I'd love to help if I like the idea.


Sep
20
awarded  Organizer
Sep
20
revised Outlook Mail testing
Including relevant tags
Sep
20
awarded  Scholar
Sep
20
suggested suggested edit on Outlook Mail testing
Sep
20
accepted Layer testing - How should I test data replication/update?
Sep
15
comment Layer testing - How should I test data replication/update?
@user246 I switched to a QA job after working 5 years with development. I meant that the create-update-delete is shared across multiple products but even if it was not shared, I'd still defend the concept of layer testing.
Sep
15
comment Layer testing - How should I test data replication/update?
Taking an automated test done using Selenium for example. I'd be testing UI and page flow basically. Suppose I go to the registration page and save some data. Then for me sounds reasonable to go to the "search" page and search for the information entered. If I have to test database (if the data was really saved), I'd mix code which tests UI with code to test database. Consider now a change on the database (different DBMS, different table relationships, etc). As a consequence I have to change my UI test to adapt a lower layer change in my solution. For me this is a good reason or am I wrong?
Sep
14
awarded  Analytical
Sep
14
asked Layer testing - How should I test data replication/update?
Aug
2
awarded  Autobiographer