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  • Q&A about the book Common System and Software Testing Pitfalls

    by Ben Linders on  Oct 28, 2014

    The book Common System and Software Testing Pitfalls by Donald Firesmith provides descriptions of 92 pitfalls that make testing less efficient and effective. The descriptions explain what testers and stakeholders can do to avoid falling into the pitfalls and how to deal with the consequences when they have fallen into them.

  • Working Together, Sitting Apart

    by Hugo Messer on  Oct 05, 2014

    There are essentially two factors that determine whether your offshoring adventure is successful or not – people and process. This article is the first article in a series on managing remote teams, sharing experiences in developing a process for remote collaboration. As people sit apart in (several) remote locations, extra attention must be paid to articulating how people work together.

  • Is Your Application Ready?

    by Gil Zilberfeld on  Nov 22, 2013

    We mostly ship software by date, squeezing all development and testing efforts toward that deadline. We prioritize what we think is important, and once our application passes a certain quality level, we’re ready to go live. But even when we do ship, can we tell the readiness status of our application?

Interview and Book Review: How Google Tests Software

Posted by Craig Smith on  Sep 11, 2012

"How Google Tests Software" is an informative and interesting look beneath the covers of how a large technical organization like Google deals with the complexity of software testing. 1

Book Review: Experiences of Test Automation

Posted by Manuel Pais on  Apr 27, 2012

“Experiences of Test Automation” is a compilation of experiences in the field from a multitude of organizations and technologies, including both obstacles and achievements, successes and failures.

Thoughts on Test Automation in Agile

Posted by Rajneesh Namta on  Feb 21, 2012

Rajneesh Namta shares his thoughts, experiences, and some of the critical lessons learned while implementing software test automation on a recent Agile project. 6

Virtual Panel: Specification by Example, Executable Specifications, Scenarios and Feature Injection

Posted by Jon Arild Tørresdal on  Nov 10, 2011

InfoQ have talked to Dan North, Gojko Adzic, Elizabeth Keogh and Matt Wynne about Specification by Example, Executable Specifications and Feature Injection and how they relate to BDD. 1

Introducing the Tellurium Automated Testing Framework

Posted by Jian Fang on  Sep 21, 2010

Jian Fang describes the The Tellurium Automated Testing Framework he created which uses a novel approach to try and improved the robustness of automated testing scripts for web applications. 11

A Tester's Learning Journey

Posted by Lisa Crispin on  Jun 24, 2010

More development teams are putting testing front and center, and using TDD. Lisa Crispin covers how attitude and curiosity have shaped her career and kept her passion for testing software fresh. 3

Excerpts from an Interview with James Bach

Posted by Abel Avram on  Sep 12, 2009

In this interview James Bach covers topics like: engineering, why we should be telling success stories, opening our minds to other scientific domains, automated testing and exploratory testing.

Book Excerpt and Interview: Dependency Injection

Posted by Dio Synodinos on  Sep 07, 2009

Dependency Injection by Dhanji R. Prasanna is a book that tries to explore the DI idiom in detail, and present techniques in Spring and Guice. 9

Layered Architecture for Test Automation

Posted by Bei Li on  Aug 11, 2009

In this article, the layered architecture of test automation is presented to solve the problem of test logic getting buried in unrelated supporting code. 9

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