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Jul
14
revised testing Touchscreen driver
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Jul
13
revised Should automated tests be efficient?
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Jul
13
revised What's the most efficient way to run lots of tests?
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Jul
13
revised Are testing conferences usually worth attending?
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Jul
13
revised BDD with 3rd party services
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Jul
13
revised Behaviour Driven Development with JavaScript
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Jul
13
revised What goes in your definition of done (DoD) ?
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Jul
13
comment How can a conference attendee get the most out of a testing conference?
+1 for the first bullet alone.
Jul
12
revised Test Automation Design Question
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Jul
12
comment What criteria do I apply to a highly complex development project to warrant getting “real world” data?
On a whim, I just looked at the control flags: There are 301 "logical" types on the system control tables we use, and that doesn't count our "one-length strings" for where we used to have boolean values, but needed a third option. To be fair, that means it only added about 12-16 flags per year :)
Jul
12
revised How can I report coverage on an n-dimensional test matrix?
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Jul
12
comment If I didn't use TDD but want to transition to agile, should I go back and create those unit tests?
If you do TDD, you will have unit tests, but that doesn't mean that all unit tests are created as a result of TDD. I can't see a situation where unit tests are a bad thing.
Jul
11
comment What's the most efficient way to run lots of tests?
I don't know why, but I envision a soccer mom pointing up and saying "To the cloud!"
Jul
11
comment What factors should affect the ratio of QA/Test staff vs. App Developers
Do they? Legacy systems tend to grow and sprawl, meaning a small change makes really big impacts that you don't expect, many of which go unnoticed without adequate testing.
Jul
11
accepted Are code reviews considered part of QA?
Jul
9
awarded  Good Question
Jul
8
comment 1.5 Million lines of code. 0 tests. Where should we start?
Perhaps, but we're using OpenEdge ABL - it's a DSL for tight database integration and it isn't going anywhere any time soon. :-{
Jul
8
awarded  Synonymizer
Jul
7
comment Xml Diffing Best Practices
I bet there's a million XML beautifiers out there :)
Jul
7
comment 1.5 Million lines of code. 0 tests. Where should we start?
I'm working on step 1 right now. Unfortunately, not much of the system lends it self to testing: so much has the database tied directly in it, and the UI. Also, I'm trying to get OEUnit set up for it, but of course that's going to take a day or two of exploration which they've said they're willing to do but I'm still waiting for the actualization of that willingness. I really like your step 2 (+1 for that alone) - I'm trying so hard to stay positive in the situation :-)