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test:fest

Testing is in our DNA. After the test:fest 2019 conference

Every edition of the test:fest conference in Wrocław sets the bar high for all other events taking place throughout the year. This is a good information for all participants because in February you can find out what will be this year's trends…

The Decalogue for Good Testing – What you have to learn to become a tester. Part 3 

Every single line of code, every application, game or service designed to be used by the audience should be tested. Every software developer has faced the challenge of fixing an existing feature. And many times they have got a bug report saying:…

Testing your code performance with JMH tool

Java Microbenchmark Harness is a toolkit designed and implemented by Jakob Jenkov for running accurate and valid Java microbenchmarks. For now, it is available in OpenJDK package, but will be part of SDK since Java 9. Why do I need an external…
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The Decalogue for Good Testing – What you have to learn to become a tester. Part 2

From the first part of the Decalogue for Good Testing you have learned about the basics of a tester’s work. I told you about web technologies, browsers and terminology. I mentioned a few testing tools and the most important rules of writing…

Fluent Automated Testing

It is pretty common these days to use Selenium and NUnit or any other unit testing framework to create an automated regression solutions. If you are not familiar with this it’s basically cantered around automating/simulating tester using…

Three pillars of Unit Tests

Ok, now we know what TDD is all about and how to do TDD. Really? Well, no. In fact we only know how TDD works, but TDD is about writing tests (to be more precise – unit tests). What should our tests look like? Here it comes... What is…