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A Balanced Test Strategy Strengthens the Team (#agiletd 2011)

The initial statement of Anko Tijman (@agiletesternl) in his talks was, that agile testing is about migitating the risk, therefor a test strategy should focus on risks in code interfaces requirements architecture business acceptance

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How to make your bug report most useless for your team mates

The idea of writing a blog post like this was in my mind for quite a while already, but as too often, I was just procrastinating. Today I have been busy retesting (and closing) a lot of items from our … Weiterlesen

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German Agile Testing and Exploratory (GATE) Workshop 2011

Short notice: I will participate at the German Agile Testing and Exploratory (GATE) Workshop 2011 on October 1st & 2nd in Hamburg, Germany. My topics will be „Shared responsibility for quality vs. separate QA teams“. Other guys participating so far: … Weiterlesen

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Setting up FitNesse for Team Foundation Server

Lately my colleague Maxence Bonhomme and I set up FitNesse to be used within several .NET projects which are all build on one Microsoft Team Foundation Server. Since it was quite some work to do we documented all the steps, … Weiterlesen

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Escaping symbol names in FitNesse

For the records: I lately had the case that I wanted to read a symbol´s value within a FitNesse sub wiki page which I included within another site for the first time. In this special case the symbol doesn´t get … Weiterlesen

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The Testing Planet´s Showstoppers #2

A quite new series of postings on the Software Testing Club´s Blog is asking for the communities answers on frequently asked questions among the testing world: Our community holds the wisdom to frequently asked questions we constantly being asked again … Weiterlesen

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Agile Test Tools

On May 23rd, there was an event organised by the Luxembourg Testing Board, the topic was „Testing Tools“. One of the speakers was Stephane Louis who spoke about „Test Tools“ in general: He presented examples of different kind of test … Weiterlesen

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The INVEST Model for User Stories

INVEST is an abbreviation, describing the attributes, a user story should have: Independent, Negotiable, Valuable, Estimable, Small, Testable. Via: Ralph’s Google Reader Recommendations

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Generate Unit Tests automatically (?)

For quite a while I´m thinking about a solution for following situation: I have a lot of (old) scripts/ classes, which I created without unit tets (yes, shame on me, but by the time I´ve written them, I didn´t knew … Weiterlesen

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How to start regression testing from zero?

I´m thinking about how to solve the following task: You´re joining an (agile) team as a tester and you´re the one being responsible to do the (automated) regression testing. No structured regression tests have been done before, (nearly) no tests … Weiterlesen

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