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Getting Started Testing in Python

Tue, 12/16/2014 - 20:34
If you’ve never written tests before, you probably know you *should*, but view the whole process as a bureaucratic paperwork nightmare to check off on your ready-to-ship checklist. This is the wrong way to approach testing. Tests are a solution to a problem that is important to you: does my code work? This presentation shows […]
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Testing Third Party JavaScript Widgets

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 21:21
Google Analytics, Like Buttons, Twitter Widgets, Olark chat boxes; all examples of third party JavaScript elements that are embedded by users in their websites. Testing third party code once embedded in a page, is often difficult and cumbersome. Verifying those elements are working properly (or even more basically, are not breaking the page) is difficult […]
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Application Deployment: State of the Onion

Mon, 12/01/2014 - 18:18
This talk overviews the various deployment tools available today, discusses their different tradeoffs, and helps shine a light on which might be the appropriate platform for your project. With a constantly changing ecosystem, the deployment of a moderately complex web application has become quite a challenge over the last few years. Best practices have evolved, […]
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Debugging HTTP

Thu, 11/27/2014 - 11:52
In this world where we have moved beyond web pages and build ever-more asynchronous applications, often things that go wrong result in errors we can’t see. This session will give a very technical overview of HTTP and how to inspect your application’s communications, whether on the web or on a mobile device. Using Curl, Wireshark […]
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Advanced Usage of py.test Fixtures

Mon, 11/24/2014 - 18:47
One unique and powerful feature of py.test is the dependency injection of test fixtures using function arguments. This talk presents py.test’s fixture mechanism gradually introducing more complex uses and features. This should lead to an understanding of the power of the fixture system and how to build complex but easily-managed test suites using them. Video […]
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Load Testing with Visual Studio Online

Mon, 11/17/2014 - 23:34
Most development teams realize that they should do load testing but can’t because of time or resource constraints. ?Now, with Visual Studio Online, load testing has never been easier. We’ve introduced a simplified, browser-based authoring and configuration experience that lets you quickly create a load test and execute it at scale, using the power of […]
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Software Testing and Release Engineering at Google

Thu, 11/13/2014 - 20:06
Get a peek into iOS development, from making sure our apps and policies stay in compliance with Appstore development restrictions, to understanding the interesting points of being a large company that occupies the AppStore alongside individual developers. This explores the release process for Chrome for iOS, including an overview of our product development strategy, automated […]
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Achieve Self-Testing Code

Mon, 11/10/2014 - 16:49
Self-testing code, or code that can evaluate its own health and tell you if it has problems, is the goal of many software teams who spend effort in testing. How can you achieve that goal? The talk covers team practices, the types and amount of tests you need in your repertoire, and technical practices to […]
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The Sbt Scala Interactive Build Tool

Thu, 11/06/2014 - 11:06
“sbt” is an open source Scala-oriented build tool. Unlike most other general build tools, “sbt” is targeted to support only Scala and Java projects. In addition to traditional batch operation where a number of build tasks are executed in sequence, “sbt” provides a special interactive mode, making Scala builds significantly faster by using the same […]
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Load Testing with Microsoft Azure

Mon, 11/03/2014 - 19:55
This video demonstrates creating an on-premises load test and then take it to the cloud with Windows Azure. The presentation starts by creating a test in Visual Studio and then recording web traffic using the Web Recorder and Internet Explorer. It also walks through using the Load Test Wizard to generate your load tests. This […]
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Applying Agile in Test Automation

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 19:43
What are the challenges to build test automation framework and automated regression test suite for Barclays’ Equity trading business? Are a geographically dispersed team in different time zones and a fast moving regulatory environment the only problems? This presentation shares some experience when applying Agile methodology for this type of project. Video producer: http://agileprague.com/
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Acceptance Tests with SpecFlow

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 10:55
SpecFlow is open source behavior-driven development tool for the .NET environment that is part of the Cucumber family and uses the official Gherkin parser. It is a tool to write user acceptance tests in a pragmatic, business-friendly language. It is much more than that, however. This presentation discusses the main use cases for SpecFlow, where […]
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