|QA Day - Test Automation Seminar|
On the QA day we show concepts and tools supporting them.
They are for test automation without relation to platform and they can
be good for software and hardware.
Major Subjects of the QA Day
TAP - Test Anything Protocol
TAP - The Test Anything Protocol. emerging from Perl has been implemented in many languages. Using this protocol for both unit tests, integration tests and acceptance tests enables unification and simplification of the automated test environments of an organization. In turn this provides a large suit of regression tests that will help you make sure you can ship your software with the highest quality.
The protocol was actually already available back when Perl 1 came out in 1987 but it went through many improvements - it also got its name only a year or two ago - but most importantly it helped Perl to achieve a unparalleled set of unit and integration tests both on the compiler/interpreter level and on the extension level (aka. CPAN).
The protocol was published in a more official manner as a perl module on CPAN Test::Harness::TAP in a document describing the way it is used in Perl. It has been ported to
Test Automation in Open Source Projects
In the recent years with the rise of Open Source projects we see many applications
without budget for testing but with quite high quality. I have started a project to
find out what can we learn from Open Source projects?
QA as in Questions and AnsweresAre these tools written in Perl?