Posts Tagged ‘test automation’

Not on Twitter Rikard Edgren No Comments

I don’t have a Twitter account. I read Twitter now and then, it contains useful information, but I don’t have the time to do it properly. For me, doing it properly would mean to often write thoughtworthy things within 140 characters. I only have one of those, so better publishing it in a blog post: […]

Automate configuration checks while testing Martin Jansson Comments Off

I assume you are familiar with the discussion around checks vs testing brought to you by Michael Bolton, which I agree with. With configuration I mean settings on a unit such as settings for whatever you are testing. This can be configuration heavy devices such as switch, router or similar using SNMP, applications using the registry or applications using […]

Michael Bolton on Testing vs. Checking Henrik Emilsson 2 Comments

I just want to promote a really good blog post written by Michael Bolton where he describes the difference between Testing and Checking: http://www.developsense.com/2009/08/testing-vs-checking.html I wish that many managers, testers and developers read this post… Cheers, Henrik

Automated random or fuzzy testing by random input Martin Jansson 2 Comments

Random testing or fuzzy testing is nothing new, but for those of you who are new to it I just wanted to share a little tool I found. If you want to know a bit more about fuzzy testing go read at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuzz_testing or whatever place you like to find quick info at. Barton Miller […]

Quick test automation using Pexpect and Selenium Martin Jansson 3 Comments

I’ve found a few handy tools for automating tests as well as setting up a test environment in a scripted way very quickly. One is using python as language with pexpect as platform/module. The second one is for testing web pages quickly using Selenium. Python is a powerful scripting language and in combination with Pexpect […]