test-driven development

Interviews

Hans Buwalda talks Keyword-Driven Test Automation Keyword-Driven Test Automation: An Interview with Hans Buwalda
Video

Hans Buwalda's experience covers being a developer, manager, and principal consultant for companies and organizations worldwide. In this interview, Hans talks about using keywords effectively, tests that have too many details, and the changing testing industry.

Jonathan Vanian's picture Jonathan Vanian
You Can't Be Agile without Automated Unit Testing

Agile projects assume that test planning, test creation, and test execution take place throughout a project's lifecycle. So the need for unit testing (and especially automated unit testing) can't be ignored and should be considered as a key responsibility of the entire team—not just the software developers.

Gil Zilberfeld's picture Gil Zilberfeld
Mobile software developer Josh Michaels Mobile Development and Aggressive Testing: An Interview with Josh Michaels
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Josh Michaels is an independent software developer who makes apps for the iPad, iPhone, and Mac under the company name Jetson Creative. In this interview, Josh discusses mobile development, testing aggressively, and keeping users happy. 

Jonathan Vanian's picture Jonathan Vanian
Software developer and tester Regg Struyk Classic Software Testing Is Broken: An Interview with Regg Struyk
Podcast

With twenty years of commercial software development and testing experience, Regg Struyk has developed for several software testing tools including test integrity, iTest, and Polarion QA. Regg is continually analyzing testing trends and their potential impact on software testing.

Cameron Philipp-Edmonds's picture Cameron Philipp-Edmonds
How Skeleton Strings Can Help Your Testing How Skeleton Strings Can Help Your Testing

Brian Noggle writes about how he uses "skeleton strings" to help him when he probes an application under test. Just as skeleton keys unlock doors, these generic skeleton strings open up access to a wide variety of defects.

Brian Noggle's picture Brian Noggle
Get to Know Google's Hacking Database: An Interview with Kiran Karnad
Podcast

Kiran Karnad, a contributor to the Google Hacking Database, tells us what the database is, how it was started, and how to utilize it to its fullest potential—just like black-hat hackers. Learn why this tool is an invaluable resource for helping protect your software from evil.

Noel Wurst's picture Noel Wurst
STAREAST 2013 Keynote: Asking the Right Questions? What Journalism Can Teach Testers
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As testing disciplines continues to evolve—and the demands on testers increase—we need to look for new paradigms to guide our work. Thomas McCoy believes the profession of journalism has much to offer in helping us ask the right kinds of questions, be heard, and deliver bad news effectively.

Thomas McCoy, Australian Department of Families
Join the CM Wiki Team!

Hi everyone,

my esteemed colleague Marc Bools and I have started working on bringing back the CM Wiki and we want you to help us with the design and requirements of a new CM Wiki!!!

Here is a hight level list of the topics from the old wiki. This is your chance to help!!

Topics you will find in the CM web 

Definitions: 

  • Configuration Management 
  • Software Configuration Management 
  • Build Management 
  • Change Management 

Tools: 

  • CM Tools - Software and tools for Change and Configuration Control - HCM/SCM 
  • CM Integrations - Integration of CM tools with other tools 
  • Frequently Asked Questions 

Concepts and theories: 

Bob Aiello's picture Bob Aiello
Call for Articles - Software and Systems Development including DevOps and ALM !!!

Hi Everyone!

this is a great time to get involved with CM Crossroads by submitting your own articles on software and systems development. CM Crossroads has always had a strong focus on Configuration Management within the full software and systems lifecycle and this means that we are interested in articles on a wide array of topics. Contact me directly to get involved with submitting your own articles and I will help you with getting started, forming your ideas and editing your article for publication.

Common topics include:

  • Build and Release Engineering
  • Source Code Management including branching and streams
  • Deployment Engineering (DevOps)
  • Development in the Cloud
  • Configuration Management (including the CMDB)
  • Continuous Integration and Deployment
  • Environment Management
  • Change Management

    and much more! 

Bob Aiello's picture Bob Aiello
Don't Forget Operations' Point of View in DevOps

Much of what is written about DevOps—a set of principles that helps development and operations teams work more effectively together—is delivered from the perspective of developers. In my opinion, DevOps needs to also take an operations point of view in order to be effective and practical. This article is all about putting the “ops” back into DevOps, so to speak.

Bob Aiello's picture Bob Aiello

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