HP’s acquisition of Fortify last year (which I am sure has made some people at Kleiner Perkins happy) has
made me think some more about static analysis and...
2 replies - 7773 views - 10/05/11 by Jim Bird in News
I just love the assertion syntax of ScalaTest. It’s easy to read and easy to write and looks like this:
23 should be >= (12)
Even if you know nothing...
0 replies - 3000 views - 10/03/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
If you are running your acceptance tests against an embedded web
server (for example, using Jetty), it can occasionally be useful to
access the service...
0 replies - 4169 views - 10/03/11 by John Ferguson Smart in Articles
Thucydides is an open source library designed to help you write better ATDD-style automated acceptance tests with Selenium 2.
Selenium 2.6 provides
0 replies - 5304 views - 09/29/11 by John Ferguson Smart in Articles
Of all of my "aha!" moments in transitioning from a waterfall-style QA
person to an agile tester, the one I am about to talk about is...
20 replies - 10025 views - 09/29/11 by Dawn Cannan in News
This is sad. No, it's not sad, it's sick. I'm looking for ideas and
clear thinking about secure software maintenance. But I can't find
anything beyond a...
0 replies - 5345 views - 09/27/11 by Jim Bird in News
Ever found more broken things in a project than you possible could
fix in one go? I’m exactly in that situation. We have a test which
checks for certain...
0 replies - 3012 views - 09/25/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
JUnit has a hidden treasure which makes it easy to do something we have
long longed for – namely not only to verify that an exception of a
5 replies - 6635 views - 09/22/11 by Jakub Holý in Articles
I was for a long time unhappy that DbUnit Express users
have to create a @Before method in each test just to get the test
0 replies - 11040 views - 09/14/11 by Jakub Holý in Articles
The DbUnit Express
1.3.0 (a thin wrapper around DbUnit to speed up DB testing) released recently introduces features that make it even easier to write a DB...
0 replies - 3958 views - 09/13/11 by Jakub Holý in Articles
This is the last part in this little series about testing of database code.
In the first part I extracted the session handling for the tests into a JUnit...
2 replies - 5148 views - 09/07/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
The development team I’m a part of at Ohio Mutual Insurance Group
is about to develop our own web services for the first time and I want
to make sure we...
2 replies - 7370 views - 09/06/11 by Nick Watts in Articles
In the first part of this little series
I showed a simple test based on a simple data model. As we saw the code
for the test wasn’t simple at all, but...
0 replies - 5699 views - 09/06/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
Databases are an extremely important part of almost every enterprise
application. Yet there is very little support for testing your database,
1 replies - 13728 views - 09/05/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
I came across this article
on Dzone, which is just right to set the tone for me to release my
latest code, which I find myself to be very proud of. The...
0 replies - 2861 views - 09/04/11 by Kapil Viren Ahuja in Articles
For many years now, I have always found myself going back to TestNG
whenever it comes to doing Unit Testing with Java Code. Everytime, I
picked up TestNG,...
5 replies - 14382 views - 08/30/11 by Kapil Viren Ahuja in Articles
In the past year or so, I've spent more time than not trying to
find really good "agile testers" to hire. In this search, I have also
4 replies - 9040 views - 08/30/11 by Dawn Cannan in News
My favorite feature in the JUnit are Rules.
With Rules you can manipulate the execution of your test, by wrapping
your own code around the test execution. I...
0 replies - 3568 views - 08/29/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
Here are a few items I try to respect every time I write unit tests.
My test class is testing one and only one classMy methods are testing one and only one...
17 replies - 8460 views - 08/19/11 by Jean-baptiste Rieu in Articles
I'm an avid subscriber of the delightful weekly (sometimes) Python-URL!
email, highlighting the past week's interesting discussions across the
1 replies - 9050 views - 08/18/11 by Michael Mccandless in News