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(More) reasons to be cheerful

I have been looking at some of the threats and opportunities which exist for testers, and for organisations who provide testing services. There is no doubt that many organisations are undergoing significant changes which affect the way testing is carried out, and which influence the market for testing services. 1,383 more words


GlobalPlatform updates TEE Initial Config, launches Compliance and Security Test Suites

GlobalPlatform has published updates to its Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) Initial Configuration v1.1 and Test Suite v2.0 for functional compliance and in parallel has launched a Security Test Suite. 460 more words


U.S. Education Department announces next step in president's Testing Action Plan

Source: U.S. Department of Education

The U.S. Department of Education today announced the next step in President Obama’s Testing Action Plan — a grant competition to help states get the resources they need to innovate and improve the quality of assessments, enhance reporting for parents, educators and other stakeholders, and reduce redundant and ineffective tests in the state and their districts that builds on… 494 more words

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Diane Ravitch's Feet of Clay

Why I No Longer Follow Diane Ravitch’s Blog

When I retired from teaching and began reading blogs, I was excited to find Diane Ravitch’s very active blog.  185 more words

Rerun Failed Tests in TestNG

We all agree that UI automation is bit more fragile. Not all test case failures are because of product bugs. Most of the times tests fail because of page is not loaded properly or element is not visible or because of some unreproducible issues. 339 more words


Generating custom reports with TestNG

We all want to design our own custom report. The default report generated by TestNG is not that verbose. Fortunately TestNG provides a way to generate your own customized report. 1,058 more words


Reasons to be cheerful

“It’s snowing still,” said Eeyore gloomily.
“So it is.”
“And freezing.”
“Is it?”
“Yes,” said Eeyore. “However,” he said, brightening up a little, “we haven’t had an earthquake lately.”

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