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    Load Testing and Performance Webinar 5/16

    May 11, 2012 Share
    Join us Wednesday, 16 May, at 11am US Eastern time, to learn how Test Studio’s performance testing and just-released load testing features can help you detect bottlenecks in your system’s performance and answer business-critical questions about your site’s ability to handle large amounts of traffic. This webinar will focus solely on Test Studio’s Performance and Load Testing features. We’ll be drilling down in to some great specifics of how these features can help you respond to questions from management like “Will our site be able to support traffic after this new product’s launch?” and “Are our customers happy when ...
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    Vote for us in Code Project Reader Choice Awards 2012

    May 08, 2012 Share
    Telerik Test Studio has been nominated in the Debugging & QA category in this year’s Code Project Readers’ Choice Awards. If you enjoy using Test Studio; appreciate your experience with our customer & technical support, please, do cast your vote for us! Telerik has been nominated in 14 categories. If some of your favorite products are in that list you can vote for them until Friday, May 11. Thank you for your support!
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    Telerik Testing Summit Wrapup

    May 07, 2012 Share
    If you were following Twitter last this last weekend (4 and 5 May) you may have seen a number of Tweets tagged with #TelSum. That was the Telerik Testing Summit, a peer conference held in Austin, Texas. Telerik welcomed a number of thought leaders in the testing and software industry to Austin, Texas, for two days of discussions on the state of software development. More importantly, we as a group were focused on what we could do to try and improve things. Telerik was represented by myself and Phil Sams, plus Holly Bertoncini, our event organizer. Joining us ...
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    What does a good test case look like?

    May 07, 2012 Share
    A good test case is neither too small nor too big. A good test case stands alone, sets up pre-test conditions, exercises the application under test (AUT), verifies one thing, reports the results of the verification, then if applicable, cleans up (usually data) and reports the overall test case result; pass or fail. 
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    Check out the new Exploratory Tool!

    April 27, 2012 Share
    UPDATED: I goofed and listed Quality Center as an option for pushing bug reports to—but we only integrate bugs with TeamPulse and Team Foundation Server. As much as I love them, automated tests (be they functional, integration, or unit) aren’t the end-all-be-all for your testing approach. Exploratory testing, particularly for any system of any consequence, is a critical part of your overall “Deliver Great Stuff!” strategy. Getting your team freed up from repetitive regression testing empowers them to put their brains to use as they poke around the corners of your system. Exploratory testing gives you tremendous value as your ...