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Best practice guide for documenting unit tests?

Carefully name tests reflecting requirement in the form of input data & expected result. I have been in similar situation but for integration UI tests, where it really helped us when we started ...
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Suggestions to integrate Selenium testing suite into TeamCity or any other CI?

Why did you write those automated tests? Do your developers have interest in information your script collects? if yes - great! ask them for help to set the things up. If not, that I would start with ...
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Suggestions to integrate Selenium testing suite into TeamCity or any other CI?

I haven't used TeamCity (I use Jenkins) but this sounds like a pretty straightforward and common use case for any CI (Continuous Integration) system. Start by learning the basics of TeamCity. Some ...
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Running Jmeter tests in Teamcity CI/CD as automation tests

If you can add plugins to TeamCity you can consider using JMeter plugin for TeamCity, it will allow you to set up performance metrics calculation: and view the performance statistics: There is also ...
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Automated Way To Prove Robustness Of Tests

Think of what are you trying to achieve and where and what are your tests and environment. Locally looping the test suite using a script will test the entire suite but might miss resource allocation ...
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Automated Way To Prove Robustness Of Tests

Modify the test itself to take an extra param number_of_runs If set, within the test itself, run the steps of that test x times, e.,g. 50 times. Try to avoid a solution that is outside the framework ...
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Automated Way To Prove Robustness Of Tests

You can start NUnit from the command-line; https://github.com/nunit/docs/wiki/Console-Command-Line Write a small console application or powershell script that loops it 50 times and copies the output ...
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