Graphwalker – how to start guide

Graphwalker (http://www.graphwalker.org/) is a state machine based tool, written in Java, generating sequences of tests both for online and offline testing. Diagrams are not UML models (which do not have any functionality) and as a result, much easier to get start with them. The goal is to create long and unpredictable test sequences. The tool […]

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Do you want to make a Pic? Use PicPick.

“Full-featured screen capture tool, Intuitive image editor, color picker, color palette, pixel-ruler, protractor, crosshair, whiteboard and more”. These are the developers words. Let’s talk about it. PicPick is a very useful and user friendly program. The program can be installed on all windows operating systems, dual screen environment is supported, too. I’m using it all […]

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How to install and setup Jenkins

We use Ubuntu system as a base for this tutorial. Before we want to install Jenkins we need to install Java JDK. Ubuntu is using Openjdk, to install it type the following to terminal: $sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk Ubuntu installs the JDK (in my case)to the /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-openjdk-amd64/  folder. In additional, Ubuntu also puts the JDK […]

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Bug report writing tips

Unfortunately for developers, bugs are part of every software development. The bug report should be as simple and straightforward as possible. If every user can reproduce the bug using your report then you can consider your report well-written. I will now add some tips how can you make well-written report:

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Regression testing

Regression testing, sometimes referred to as verification testing, is a type of testing that is done after patching or modifying an implementation within a program. This is done by rerunning existing tests to check whether the bugs were fixed, and that previously working features weren’t broken.

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