This post summarizes what I’ve learned from various sources about
making acceptance or black-box tests maintainable. This topic is of
great interest to...
4 replies - 5562 views - 01/30/12 by Jakub Holý in Articles
I’ve noticed that when other developers talk about “continuous integration” they do not always mean the same thing. The following is an outline of the...
11 replies - 19795 views - 01/29/12 by Dror Helper in News
Tests developed during TDD can be classified into several levels, depending on the size of the object graph they need to work with. End-to-end tests span the...
0 replies - 6696 views - 01/26/12 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
Almost everybody understands that source code belongs in version
control. Many people understand we need to test our code. Quite a few do
3 replies - 4138 views - 01/25/12 by Jens Schauder in Articles
As Dependency Injection frameworks go, the standard is currently CDI.
When switching from Spring, one has to consider the following problem:
how do you...
10 replies - 4117 views - 01/23/12 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles
While all the previously described metric systems have easy
protocols, they tend to stay in Sysadmin/Operations land. But you should
0 replies - 5475 views - 01/19/12 by Patrick Debois in Articles
I’m fed up with unit testing !
It’s 2012 and my first resolution of the year is to finally tell the truth about testing : unit testing is pretty much...
0 replies - 4080 views - 01/17/12 by Antonio Goncalves in Articles
S'Mores are about the perfect mix of sugar,
sugar and chocolate. So, the programming equivalent would be getting
your Selenium tests separated from your...
1 replies - 3375 views - 01/17/12 by Ken Rimple in Articles
JUnit is a popular testing framework for writing unit tests in Java
projects. Every software engineer should always try to consider using
less code to...
1 replies - 4163 views - 01/15/12 by Alex Staveley in Articles
I constantly get emails from Static Analysis vendors telling me why I
need to buy their technology. Recently I’ve been receiving emails
explaining how my...
6 replies - 7111 views - 01/14/12 by Jim Bird in Articles
Web tests are as a rule much slower than other types of tests, but
they can be sped up significantly by running them in parallel. However,
this is often...
0 replies - 2045 views - 01/12/12 by John Ferguson Smart in Articles
Some proponents of TDD say, that TDD forces you to find a good
design. Some even translate TDD to Test Driven Design. I don’t agree.
1 replies - 4383 views - 01/11/12 by Jens Schauder in Articles
have been working on a fairly simple JMeter load script that I can
run a series of 4 sequential pages against an Apache server, but the
goal was to have...
2 replies - 5562 views - 01/05/12 by Mick Knutson in Articles
This is a repost of my SysAdvent blogpost. It's merely here for archival purposes, or for people who read my blog but didn't see the...
0 replies - 6550 views - 01/04/12 by Patrick Debois in Articles
Problem, you have a task that you know can take more than 30 seconds to
complete, what do you do? What if this task needs to be triggered every
day at a...
0 replies - 2832 views - 01/01/12 by Mike Ensor in Articles