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Aug
29
comment When to start testing a solo project
@Ardesco I can appreciate that - but I've got a lot of stables and a lot of horses and not all that many are bolting away. At the very least, my prize horses are showing up for their races, even if they're frolicking in the fields when I'm not looking. :)
Aug
29
comment Timing of development and testing in agile environment
That's a good point, Phil, but if automated tests could pick up everything, they wouldn't need a manual tester too. And in many corporate cultures, slowing the devs down is -never- a valid option. You and I both agree that untested software is dangerous and risky, but many (too many) places consider thorough testing a "nice to have".
Aug
29
awarded  Excavator
Aug
29
comment TestNG Mark a Test as Failed if a Particular Path is Used
Two roads diverge in a wood... and I, I Assert.failed...
Aug
29
comment Test cases in source code
At my firm, and the apps I've inherited, most business classes have a main method that provide "test cases and example usages". Not the biggest fan of them, but at least the cases exist so moving to an automated test framework should be pretty simple.
Aug
29
comment What bug statistics are most useful? Why?
That last paragraph is worth so much - not just in SQA but in a lot of aspects of software, business, and even life in general.
Aug
29
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Aug
28
comment How can I better educate testers about context driven testing?
Isn't this the same across all disciplines? You need guidelines to prevent people from reinventing the wheel with every new task, but you need to give workers latitude to get the job done without inventing a slightly different wheel for every different task. That's why experienced workers and skilled managers are so important: they can strike the balance between creating new wheels and using old ones. Now if only they could give us better metaphors than wheels...
Aug
28
comment How to copy paste from OneNote to Quality Center?
I was very frustrated with a very similar problem only a few days ago. In particular, when pasting data from Excel into Outlook, or from the web into Outlook, I don't want to have to whip out the format painter, or wait for it to render the formatted text just for me to remove all its formatting anyway. It works 'as expected' right out of the box. Very nice.
Aug
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the best practice for testing against modules which collect statistic
Aug
20
comment Testing random number generation
Not a fully answer, but one of the best ways to determine if things are random are to try to compress them. Compression works by finding patterns, and if they're random, there won't be many patterns for it to find in order to compress.
Jul
26
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Jul
26
reviewed Reject suggested edit on development-process tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on development-process tag wiki
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Jul
25
comment I face a problem while opening Firefox with Selenium script
Perhaps you could elaborate on what advantage this will provide.
Jul
23
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
9
comment How to get the last value in a list/string using Python
Posts on this corner of the SE network are expected to relate to software testing and/or quality assurance in some way. This post fails to meet that criterion.
Jul
9
comment How do you manage the expectations of the management that the QA team would find all the bugs in their owned feature?
I would ask the developers how they managed to convince management that it was okay for them to write non-defect-free code in the first place.