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Nov
20
comment How to convince your colleagues of pairwise testing?
They are asking for "proof that these pairwise testcases suffice to make sure our software is running well". Why are you worried about "find all errors" and "less effort than exhaustive testing"? Neither of those answer the question being asked.
Nov
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on selenium WebDriver error
Nov
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What measures do you use to assess software quality?
Nov
15
answered Suggestions for Software Testing Blogs
Nov
12
comment How are dependencies dealt with when writing tests?
This is a reasonable approach, but as always, it depends. If you are in a time-critical situation, and the risk of finding bugs is low, it may be preferable to just execute Test #3 = A + B + C.
Nov
10
revised Are there any part time jobs related to QA?
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Nov
10
answered Are there any part time jobs related to QA?
Nov
10
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Nov
10
revised Are there any part time jobs related to QA?
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Nov
8
comment How to report an issue to Developer about a bug that occurs seldom
Good answer. I have found that it's more important to report the fact that there is a bug, and to include what you do know about it, than to worry that you don't know the specific steps to make it reproducible. Often, others are in a better position than the tester to make it reproducible. allthingsquality.com/2010/04/non-reproducible-bugs.html
Nov
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can not catch NoSuchElementException with PageFactory (Selenium WebDriver)
Nov
6
answered Tools to check file presence and integrity after installation
Nov
6
revised Automated White box/backend testing for a Test Engineer?
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Nov
6
answered Operating system restoration
Nov
6
comment Best practices for managing code duplication?
"my experience is that there are no best practices anywhere" - bravo! There are no best practices. There are many "practices which have proven good in some contexts, but may not be good in others". No best practices. No silver bullets. No magic numbers. We each have to decide what works well in our specific situation, at our specific point in time. allthingsquality.com/2010/04/… BTW - what's the best color?
Nov
4
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Layered Architecture of Test Automation Software
Nov
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Unable to locate WYSIWYG element using selenium and phpunit
Oct
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do you write a great bug report?
Oct
26
comment Issue tracking - project version tracking
@JamesStuddart - then manual is the way to go. Create a central document that everyone can access containing the "current" build number. Everyone who creates a build increments this number, then uses it. No more "disjointed" build numbers.
Oct
24
answered Is there a standard term for tests run against production?