Test Coverage Reports for your Javascript with Ruby!

Published April 22nd, 2014 Under Software Testing | Leave a Comment

JCov is a open source test framework written in Ruby. This agnostic, lightweight, headless test runner can report code coverage for your JavaScrip programs. Read more

Improving Software Quality with SonarQube

Published April 16th, 2014 Under Software Testing | Leave a Comment

Software quality is about a lot more than slinging good code. As a developer you use numerous tools, techniques, processes and frameworks as you write, organize, build, test, refactor, and continuously improve your applications. SonarQube (formerly Sonar) is an open source quality management platform, dedicated to continuously analyze and measure source code quality. It makes it radically easier to track, manage, and enhance the overall quality of your code. This session talks about SonarQube’s core ideas and its star features (Differential Views, Code Reviews with Action Plans etc.), that simplify the process of tracking and improving software quality. Read more

Selenium For Pythonistas

Published April 14th, 2014 Under Functional Testing | Leave a Comment

If you’re a full-stack Python developer who wants to incorporate functional tests into your toolkit, this presentation is aimed at helping you understand the why and when of Selenium. Learn about writing robust and maintainable tests for your web apps that can be run in any continuous integration setup. Read more

Practical Unit Tests for Video Games

Published April 8th, 2014 Under Unit Testing | Leave a Comment

Learn how unit testing can be successfully applied to video game development, and the benefits and drawbacks of this technique. You will see real-life examples of common unit test anti-patterns, understand the problems caused by these anti-patterns, and how to avoid them. Read more

A Developer In Test

Published April 1st, 2014 Under Software Testing | Comments Off

A Developer In Test (DIT) writes code to test code. I will show from a Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) perspective how a Developer In Test can help out at all stages of a software development lifecycle. Read more

ATDD with Behat and Selenium

Published March 26th, 2014 Under Functional Testing | Comments Off

This talk explores how Behat can help testers in API testing and browser automation with Selenium+Behat. Behat is an open source Behavior Driven Development (BDD) framework for PHP inspired by the Ruby Cucumber BDD framework. Read more

Regression Testing Obsession

Published March 20th, 2014 Under Software Testing | Comments Off

In a fast-moving development organization, with each new build, there’s a plausible risk that the product might have somehow got worse. To address that risk, testers often find themselves responsible for — and overwhelmed by — the development and maintenance of an ever-growing automated regression test suite. Read more


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