How to identify the test scenarios you have to automate

Suppose you are starting work on a new piece of software that you will need to write automated tests for. Your goal is to cover the most relevant test scenarios that apply to the feature , without missing or forgetting one. Below are a few steps (guidelines) to help you achieve identifying those required scenarios… Read More

A few developer principles that testers should follow

I’m thinking you should, in no particular order… Start from the basic . When learning a new language, start from the beginning. Understand the elementary notions of it. Make sure you know what the language represents, what it is used for, how to write it properly. Read the tutorials, try out the examples. Be lazy.… Read More

Quick Tip: IntelliJ – easily updating method calls when method signature changes

The What I wrote a Java method, whose signature contains a number of parameters. This method is called by many other methods (i use the method in my tests). After a while i realize one of the parameters is not needed anymore. I want to change the method signature and to update all its’ references… Read More

Improving your code by using IntelliJ’s Inspections feature

Writing proper code in your IDE is made easier when using IntelliJ, due to its’ code analysis features. One option to perform a comprehensive coding issue search is to use the Inspect Code feature IntelliJ provides. From the class you want to check for issues, right click (inside the class, in the editor) and choose… Read More