• .NET Testing & ALM

    Functional Testing with the Telerik Testing Framework

    [NOTE: This is a guest post from Telerik’s own Phil Japikse, one of Telerik’s Senior Developer Evangelists."] Background User Interface testing isn’t just for quality engineers.  It’s vital for developers to own part of this process as well.  The days of development silos are long gone (or at least should be!)  The process of throwing bits “down the line” is fraught with inefficiencies.  Developers are already adopting unit testing in record numbers, and this has led to a phenomenal increase in code quality. Why should it stop there?  Developers need to also take ownership of the user interface code just ...
    May 21, 2013
  • Testing & ALM

    Choose Your Constructor with JustMock Automocking

    Automocking can be a great time saver. But what if your system under test has multiple constructors? No need to worry, since JustMock added support for selecting which constructor should be automocked!
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Data-Driven Test Automation

    Greetings, fellow testers. I recently attended a workshop on Acceptance Test Driven Development, during which the presenter spoke about distilling requirements down using examples. This is a great opportunity for testers and developers to work closely with Product Owners to determine exactly what output is expected from given inputs. There are also times when the code behind a function is particularly obtuse or for some other reason testing is best done via the application itself. Both of these are great opportunities for data-driven automation. Data-driven test automation lets us repeat a set of test steps automatically, using a set of ...
    May 20, 2013
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Agile Interview with Elizabeth Harrin

    This is our third interview of our brand new series of Agile Interviews with agile influencers. Our previous interviews were with Joel Semeniuk and Stephen Forte.
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Potential Project Killers - Start too Fast

    You are cruising along on your current project engagement and life seems great. After all, you and your team thought of everything, right? And what the customer came to you with at the beginning of the project – well, that just saved your teamwork and saved the project time and money so the schedule and budget are in good health. Then, BAM! Things start to go wrong and you can’t seem to get a handle on where it all went south…or why. Has this ever happened to you? If not…great…you’re one of the lucky ones. But most of us – ...