• .NET Testing & ALM

    360 iDev Session Recording

    Robert Shoemate and I recently spoke at the 360 iDev Conference. The recording of that session is now available for anyone to stream or download. Click here to check it out. About the Author Anthony Rinaldi Anthony Rinaldi is the Product Manager of Telerik's Test Studio Mobile, including Test Studio for iOS and the companion Web Portal. He combines his experience in test automation and quality assurance with his passion for the mobile platform. He is an avid CrossFitter, soccer player, and music fan.
    October 18, 2013
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    New Load KB Articles and more

    This week we have lots of new load testing content in the Test Studio documentation. To help you use Test Studio's load testing features to their full potential, we have created three new knowledge base articles on designing your load tests. The Load Testing Strategies article describes four of the most common load test types, and how to start designing them in Test Studio. Our Selecting Load Traffic page describes some general principles to use in choosing the user profile traffic to capture or import into your Test Studio load test. And in the Profiling Your Application KB article, ...
    October 15, 2013
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    Generating and Analyzing Project Data Using Test Studio

    I mentioned in my last post on project data and analytics that testers and other project professionals certainly use data generated through various tools in helping us determine application quality, our progress to schedule, and to track defects, for example.  But the organization of the data and our inability to ask the right questions prevents us from deeply understanding our software. Why is it so important that we understand our data beyond a few graphs and charts?  The reason is that many projects fail altogether and are cancelled.  Many more don’t achieve all of their important objectives.  One of the ...
    October 10, 2013
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    New Solutions for Scheduling Issues and More

    This week there are several new solutions for scheduling issues in Test Studio 2013 R1, as well as some tweaks to old docs that may help you out. The new scheduling architecture is simpler and more reliable than ever before, but you can still run into some complications. In some scenarios—for example, if you delete a test project on disk before removing the scheduled test runs in the Results view—you might have scheduled test runs that you can't remove or edit. If you run into this issue, you can remove the scheduled test run on disk. Also, if you ...
    October 07, 2013
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    It's All About the Data

    We collect a lot of data during the testing process, but whether we put it to good use is a different story.  We run individual tests of test cases, and determine if they pass or fail.  If they fail, we determine at what point they fail, and provide the steps necessary to replicate that failure. We look for performance of individual transactions early on in the testing process, then when our goal turns toward deployment, we add virtual users to determine the behavior characteristics of the application and servers under stress, as well as whether it can successfully handle the ...
    October 04, 2013