Folks ThoughtWorks is organizing a Quality Analyst meet on 2nd September 2010. Hope you guys are aware of the event. Do register and attend in case you are looking for some good discussion and talks on Testing.
We are delighted to invite you to a Quality Analyst Community Meet at our Koramangala office in Bangalore. This conference is a platform for our peers in the software testing industry to strengthen the QA community by sharing and learning new practices and ideas.
'QAConf' offers a unique opportunity to interact with people who are equally passionate about software testing and continuously strive to better the art. The format of 'QAConf' is scheduled such that each speaker will have 25 minutes to present followed by a couple of minutes of Q & A with participants. The topics covered in this workshop will be appropriate for any level of testing experience. Please note that this is a FREE to attend event. You can either register as a speaker or register as an attendee.
Who Should Attend
Quality analysts and testing aficionados who want to interact with the testing community. This is also relevant to those interested in the nuances of test automation and how testing works in an Agile environment. There is something for everyone participating in this event:
As a Speaker, you get to share your knowledge and gain recognition as a subject expert.
As an Attendee, you get to connect with like-minded peers & gain insight from industry practitioners.
The list of speakers will be published on 16th August, 2010
How to Register
Registration is free.
Thursday, Sept 2, 2010
5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
ACR Mansion, 2nd Floor,
147/F, 8th Main Rd
3rd Block, Koramangala
Bangalore - 560 034
About BizTech Live
BizTech Live is a seminar series for technologists, sponsored by ThoughtWorks. This is a forum for technophiles to exchange ideas, collaborate and network with like-minded people in the technology community.
I came back from the background of writing test cases which were categorized in either Positive or Negative test cases. Positive test cases were business flows which may or may not give any result but they will certainly not give any exception or error. Negative test cases are those test cases which were bound to result into some exception or better expressed as error causing scenarios. Then those positive test cases were prioritized as High/Medium/Low. Finally it used to result in quite a comprehensive test case document. Then it will go through the process of review and few more updates or change of priority etc. Certainly it is a tedious process.Here in ThoughtWorks I got introduced to different way of categorizing test cases called “Happy/Sad/Bad”. A test case which results you in a positive result is a Happy path, for e.g. entering proper username and password on login page. A test case which yields no result like entering invalid username and invalid password on a login screen …
As part of my testing work, I am currently working on using webdriver to test on Android. So I had to install Android Emulator on Windows 7. Below are the sequential steps and I hope it will ease some pain on getting Android emulator on your Windows 7 box.
Download the installer from http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html Install it to a location (like: C:\Program Files\Android) Launch “SDK Manager.exe” It will launch a “Android SDK and AVD Manager”. By default “Installed packages” will be highlighted. On the pop up “Choose Packages to Install”, there will be some packages selected already. Go ahead with the “Install”. 4. Once it is done, select “Virtual Devices” to create one for you. Click on “New” and enter some name. Target as “Android 2.2 – API Level 8”. Select Size as “512” and “Built-in” to be “WVGA854” and click on “Create AVD”.
5. Once done select the Virtual device you created and click on Start. You can find the “Start” button on the right panel in the above shown image…
Today I was trying out to test the Drag and Drop feature provided in webdriver. First I searched for a website which allows me to perform drag and drop operations and came across a website “http://jqueryui.com/demos/”. On the top left you will see 2 items “Draggable” and “Droppable”. Those are of interest to us as of now to test the Drag and Drop feature if Webdriver. Draggable: The draggable sections looks like this. So you have a web element which can be dragged around in the circle. API to be used for these kind of controls is org.openqa.selenium.interactions.Actions.dragAndDropBy(WebElementsource, intxOffset, intyOffset) Sample code to drag this element to an offset is WebElement draggable = browser.findElement(By.id("draggable")); new Actions(browser).dragAndDropBy(draggable, 200, 10).build().perform();Droppable: The Droppable sections looks like this. You have 2 elements i.e one draggable and the other one to drop into. API to be used for these kind of contro…