Rafael Oltra
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Building "slow to break" regression tests
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You can try building your Selenium tests using the Page Object pattern, more info on: Selenium Wiki - PageObjects.

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Looking for a valuable Mockito tutorial
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Mockito's documentation is actually pretty awesome, you should it give a try. There's also the mockito blog that covers some ideas and features behind mockito

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Can Selenium and Bromine 3 execute overnight and email the results
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I use a Maven build on Hudson CI there's a good Selenium Maven Plugin that will do most of the work

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How to organize test documentation?
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Well, you can try placing all important information on a company wiki/document repository, there are applications that will OCR pdf, doc etc files so you can search for content

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Use Android VirtualBox Instead of Emulator for Jenkins
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It doesn't look like the Android/Android Emulator plugin for Jenkins has that feature or something similar, You could try using the Jenkins VirtualBox Plugin or VBoxTool get the instance running and ...

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What would be a good test Orchestration tool for Python unit tests?
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try using nose, it should run all unit tests of a project with one single command

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How have Guava unit tests been generated automatically?
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One possibility is the use of CodePro Analytix by Google which has a JUnit Test Case Generation feature.

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References for resources used in test
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Check out this link from xUnit Patterns

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