Better User-Centric Test Automation

Code-Centric Tests Most automated testing is code-centric.  Written for developers, by developers.  Unit tests, and some low level integration tests.  This is good and necessary, and it helps developers tremendously, especially when refactoring their code and adding new features to make sure they didn't break any existing features. User-Centric Tests It would be nice to … Continue reading Better User-Centric Test Automation

Regression is progress

What would you think of a web framework that advertises itself as: having no session handling  imposes a specific testing framework has an exclusionary "API" that tries to be self contained with the philosophy that it is "all you will never need" using static controllers requiring you to handling requests asynchronously being yet another clone … Continue reading Regression is progress