I have been testing with Selenium for a long period and know how to use it
Ad the moment i must test an application instead of in browser testing.
The applicatie uses Visual DataFlex as gui for the customers.
Can someone tell if there are tools like Selenium to make and run regression tests on Visual DataFlex.
and ceep on Testing
Added by Robert Appeldoorn on December 11, 2012 at 13:50 — No Comments
In weekends,i am exploring different kinds of softwares at home..
Today i found bug in ITunes 11,which i am using..
while Creating a new account,i found a bug:
Added by Srinivas Kadiyala on December 9, 2012 at 12:41 — No Comments
The trigger of this post was a comment on my other blog, asking for the results of a research I did on test case management tools at the beginning of 2011. This research was stopped after some months, as I progressively realised that a test case management tool wouldn’t fit my current context, but I never officially concluded it. I am not…Continue
So yes, this is my first liveblogging experience, to see if it suits me more than live-tweeting. This blog post hasn’t been live blogged as the …Continue
Added by Mauri Edo on December 3, 2012 at 15:00 — No Comments
I am challenged with putting some guidelines together for the developers on best testing practices during unit and unit integration testing (DUT). The goal is to get developers to test better and prove they have tested successfully prior to going into systems integration testing (SIT). Would like to hear what you have to say.
(written in May, revised and posted now as I attempt to conquer my fear of blogging)
In 2011 I had the good fortune to work for Anne-Marie Charrett. At the time when other testers were already lining up for her Skype coaching services, I had not yet heard of Anne-Marie or context-driven testing. I still thought that Exploratory Testing meant ad-hoc testing, and that it was impossible to achieve good regression testing without test cases. I think Anne-Marie had a glimmer of hope…
For the second time this year, I have been fortunate to win a free ticket to the QA&TEST 2012 conference held in Bilbao on 17, 18 and 19 October. And yes, I feel very "fortunate", because now that the event is over for less than 72 hours, I can officially say (again) that the experience has been...…Continue
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As many members of this group are Spanish speaking, we think this material can be of interest.
This seminar shows the different views that exist on quality, the complexity of achieving it and the help that standard models can provide to an Organization in developing their own quality models for software products.
Such models can be applied to develop / acquire / evaluate software products that the Organization requires.
The presentation uses as an example ISO 25000 standard,…
Perhaps I won’t say anything new, but I’ve read a blog where people are equated to tools and it reminded me of managers who believe that every person in a team is just a resource. No they don’t think everyone are the same. They know each individual person has their own skills, so you have to choose tasks you give them, best of…Continue
Following Rob Lambert's recent blog post: Exploratory Regression Testing, I wanted to write down some of my own thoughts about this issue. There were 2 events that made me re-think about regression testing before that post:
1. Michael Bolton tweeted a couple of months ago:
"There are at…
Recently, I was provided the opportunity to attend Rapid Testing Intensive workshop online hosted by James Bach. The workshop consisted of intermixed morning and afternoon lecture session followed immediately by hands on sessions. Over the five days of RTI2012, James led us on a journey which illustrated the Rapid Software Testing approach to an end-to-end evaluation of an actual production website. Thankfully, my company allowed me a week of 'training' hours so that I could pay full…Continue
Added by Jeff Lucas on August 11, 2012 at 17:28 — No Comments
Apart from being a testing fanatic and some other things, I declare myself a TV series addict, and series like Game of Thrones, the HBO production based on the “A song of ice and fire” book series written by…Continue
We all know the benefits of Brainstorming well known as thought showering within project teams but seldom have we conducted such sessions within our day to day activities.
Out of my experience I have analyzed importance of various brainstorming sessions within software testing lifecycle. Well placed brainstorming sessions have inherent advantages.
1. Brainstorming on Understanding of System under Test
When requirements from client are received and reviewed and test team…Continue
Should error panels allow for user input? Don't answer yet. Let's back up.
Comments to my previous blog bugs I wouldn't report helped me to realize I’ve failed to describe reasons for not reporting some bugs. I’ll try again. So, first of all there are:
Bugs I would always report
I’ve been avoiding reference to Michael Bolton’s …Continue
This is an illustration to my previous blog post. I realized I need to provide some examples.
My favorite example is a bug which is quite common in many applications. For example Facebook and skype has his problem in their registration forms. You have to enter a date and if you first enter date i.e. 31st and only then want to enter month and occasionally enter February, or – as in attached case you press down pace to scroll through the months – your once enter date is all…Continue
A full test specification in the form of a mind map that visually shows all the information related to testing on one page. It shows all the technical elements being built to manage DNS settings and the variations and test considerations. The application was technical and the…Continue
The other day I’ve been asked on a conference if it is ethical that I’m sometimes not reporting bugs. I compared this to ethics of a doctor who does not tell all the truth to a patient when there is nothing they cure, but only tell to the patients’ relatives. I want to expand this topic a bit.
What are the bugs I’m not reporting
So first of – it’s not a habit of mine to hide bugs. But neither it’s a tabu. However there should be a reason for me to do that. Have you ever…Continue