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    At TechEd Next Week? Look Us Up!

    June 05, 2012 Share
    Telerik will have a great presence at TechEd in Orlando next week. We’ll have folks from many of Telerik’s great teams there to chat with you on things ranging from TeamPulse and project management to HTML5 with Kendo UI to, well, testing! Please stop by our booth in the main expo hall (#1841) and say hello! On a side note, I’m going to be in Orlando from Sunday through Thursday. I’d be happy to sit down with you and chat about any testing challenges you’re having, regardless of the toolset you’re working with. Look me up at the booth, or ...
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    SP1 for Test Studio 2012 R1 is Live!

    June 01, 2012 Share
    We’re happy to announce that Service Pack 1 for our R1 release of Test Studio 2012 is now live and ready for download. The team did a great amount of work for this release, nearly all of it behind the scenes. (You can read through the release notes here.) Some of the big wins for this release (from my view!) include: Stabilized handling of file download dialogs during recording and playback Fixed a number of other dialog handling issues (the frequent updates to browsers are as challenging for us as for folks developing web applications!) Added a number of ...
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    TeamPulse and Test Studio Joint Webinar on 19 June

    June 01, 2012 Share
    Stop me if you’ve seen or experienced this before: a chaotic project environment is leaving your team missing critical ideas from customers or stakeholders. You’re unable to get good discussions around what you want to build, how you want to build it, and how you’re planning on testing it. You can’t keep an eye on the status of your automated tests – oh, wait. You don’t have time to write them, much less track their status, and how those tests tie to the particular features you’re building and maintaining. Let’s not even bring up bug tracking, shall we? I’ve been ...
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    Performance Testing Part I – Modeling, Implementing, and Executing Performance Tests

    May 29, 2012 Share
    Performance testing goals seek to answer questions regarding server processing, and client response times for a single user. The primary goal of performance testing is to tune the system to achieve maximum performance, [e.g. execute a given amount of work (transactions) in the least amount of time (transactions per second (TPS)].  Test Studio, from Telerik, has long been capable of performance testing. Any Test Studio functional test can also be used as a performance test. To execute a performance test in Test Studio, there are just three steps: 1) Create or select an existing web functional test that satisfies ...
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    Webinar Series: Getting Started With Web UI Automation

    May 22, 2012 Share
    I mentioned earlier that we’ll be hosting a three day “lunch and learn” format webinar designed to help folks new to web UI automation get off on the right foot. We’ll be covering lots of fundamental concepts to help you and your team succeed with automation instead of falling in to the pit of despair. You can start signing up now for the webinar! You’ll only need to sign up once, and you can join us for any or all of the sessions. The webinar is a three day series, with each day’s sessions running somewhere between 30 and ...