Awhile back I talked about why test engineers should learn Groovy. Here I’ll focus on two specific tools in this ecosystem: Geb and Spock.
Monthly Archives: March 2016
In my previous post on intersections of testing, I set the stage for how testing is an activity that takes place at various points of intersection. Here I want to conceptualize that idea a bit more and provide some focus … Continue reading
A lot of testers I know come across Joe Rainsberger and his declaration that integrated tests are a scam. This always leads to interesting discussions so I figured I would use this post to distill my own thoughts particularly because … Continue reading
I’m going to continue introducing Symbiont in this post. In this post I’ll focus on the various ways that a script can be constructed.
I’ve talked about my automated testing framework Symbiont in a variety of posts. Because it’s been used in a variety of locations, I’m going to use this post to do a gentle introduction to the framework in a slightly different … Continue reading
Testers must have the ability to utilize exploratory testing as well as scripted testing. But exploratory testing is actually not the entirely free-form exercise that some people associate it with. So let’s talk about that.