Posts Tagged "testing"

Help create business agility. Bake quality in

Something common I’ve seen in effective agile teams is that testing has found a new home at the heart of development. I’m…

Acceptance tests ain’t noise pollution

I had an idea for a splash screen for a future Energized Work session about acceptance test-driven development but then a friend…

Integration Testing: The Story Continues

Over the past few months I’ve been reading Integration Tests Are A Scam by J.B. Rainsberger and following some of the responses…

Pirate Rob on Grails Selenium RC

Pirate Rob talks about testing Grails applications with the Selenium RC plugin at London Groovy & Grails User Group.

Don’t remove failing tests from the build

Effective testing on Grails

Last night at GGUG, Jerome Pimmel and Gus Power talked about Effective testing on Grails. Slides are available. Unfortunately, the video recording…

A taste of TDD

Here’s a nice TDD taster from Steve Freeman. And something on the use of mock objects.

Testers in our agile team

In our team, developers create the vast majority of the automated tests, whether they are acceptance tests, integration tests, or unit tests.…

What does it mean to be agile?

Kent Beck replied: “My definition is that you accept input from reality and you respond to it” In this interview about his…

Testing in agile projects

In a video presentation (via InfoQ ), Scott Ambler talks to a testing user group (TASSQ in Toronto, Jan 2006). He explains…

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