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Introduction to Testing XML and Related Technologies[presentation]

The Extensible Markup Language (XML) provides a standards-based approach for defining and exchanging data.

Michael Cooper, Revenue Technologies Corporation
White-Box Testing: What Your Developers Don't Want You to Know[presentation]

In this presentation, John Peraza describes how to use white-box testing to discover those defects that would otherwise remain undetected if you only conducted black-box testing.

John Peraza, BMC Software, Inc.
STAREAST 2001: Designing an Automated Web Test Environment[presentation]

This paper offers an alternative to the typical automated test scripting method of "record and playback now and enhance the automation environment later." It explores a regression automation system design for testing Internet applications thr

Dion Johnson, Pointe Technology Group, Inc.
Managing Test Automation Projects[presentation]

Automation has three dimensions (organizational, process, and technical), and you should adopt a three-part solution: match skills to tasks; define requirements, environment, and hand-off; and adopt an automation approach and architecture.

Linda Hayes, WorkSoft, Inc.
Java Meets eBusiness: How to Avoid The "Scalability Surprises"[presentation]

Many corporations are now using Java technologies to deliver mission-critical eBusiness applications for both the intranet and Internet.

Yves de Montcheuil, Empirix, Inc.
What are Patterns? Why Should Testers Care?[presentation]

Patterns are a way of explaining design decisions. This format, invented by the architect Christopher Alexander and his colleagues, has been used in computer fields such as object-oriented design, risk management, and software testing.

Sam Guckenheimer, Rational Software and Brian Marick, Testing Foundations
Outsourced Testing: Should You Consider it?[presentation]

The need for a reliable test process and knowledgeable testers is more of a necessity than a luxury.

Kenneth Paczas, Compuware Corporation
Looking Under the Covers to Test Web Applications[presentation]

Web applications are more difficult to test than other applications, yet their mission-critical nature and high visibility make high quality testing essential.

Oliver Cole, OC Systems, Inc.
Succeeding with Automation Tools[presentation]

The problems with using record/playback as your only test automation strategy are well known. But the other option-full script programming-is unattractive to many due to its high cost and long development time.

Jamie Mitchell, BenchmarkQA
Virtual Test Management: Rapid Testing Over Multiple Time Zones[presentation]

With the ever-changing challenges of testing, here comes the latest one: managing multiple test locations. More and more companies are spreading testing organizations throughout the country and the world.

Jim Bampos, VeriTest and Eric Patel, Nokia
Advanced Data Driven Testing (ADDT)[presentation]

Learn how the Convergys Test Automation Team developed an Advanced Data Driven Testing (ADDT) approach using a test automation engine.

Shakil Ahmad, Convergys
The Role of Information in Risk-Based Testing[presentation]

With risk-based testing, you identify risks and then run tests to gather more information about them. Formal risk analysis is often necessary for identifying and assessing risks with new domains or technologies.

Bret Pettichord, Satsfice
STAREAST 2001: Bug Hunting: Going on a Software Safari[presentation]

This presentation is about bugs: where they hide, how you find them, and how you tell other people they exist so they can be fixed. Explore the habitats of the most common types of software bugs.

Elisabeth Hendrickson, Quality Tree Software, Inc.
Automated Testing and Monitoring of Large Application Services[presentation]

Large application services are very dynamic in their functionality, with some of the business rules hosted by these services changing on a daily basis.

Ashish Jain and Siddhartha Dalal, Telcordia Technologies
Is a Use Case a Test Case?[presentation]

This presentation draws the following conclusions:

  • Use cases are extremely effective for specifying
    functional requirements
  • Use cases unify the requirements, design, and testing
Dean Leffingwell, Rational Software


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