Monthly Archives: November 2012

Guidelines for Automated Testing: Defining Test Inputs

There are several simple rules to follow when dealing with test setup for automated tests: Data setup should be declarative Data setup should be as easy as you can possibly make it The inputs for your test belong with your … Continue reading 

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Guidelines for Automated Testing

Overview Continuing the theme of my most recent posts, I’ve decided to start a series on Automated Testing. I’ll be pulling from lessons learned on all of the crazy things that I’ve been involved with over the last year. It’s … Continue reading 

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A lesson in automated testing via SlickGrid

Overview Some time ago I became absolutely obsessed with testing – automated testing to be more specific. While I mostly blame Jeremy Miller for drilling the concepts and values into my skull, I’ve recently started wondering what changed in me. … Continue reading 

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Automated testing with FubuMVC, StoryTeller, and Serenity

Overview In my previous post I talked about some foundational ideas for automated testing. Rather than continuing on with conceptual points, let’s take a look at an example of how we do automated testing in the world of Fubu. Note: … Continue reading 

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Some foundational ideas for automated testing

Let’s get the blanket statement out of the way, shall we? Automated testing is hard We have all sorts of strategies and patterns that are well-known and used every day for unit testing and integration testing. We all have differing … Continue reading 

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Fubu Updates and Announcements

This week has not been the best week we’ve had. It’s been a constant struggle with infrastructure and I’m finding the title of my last post slightly ironic. Don’t let your build server run out of space Early this week, … Continue reading 

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