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Entries from June 26th, 2007

A Case for Evolution: The Performance Tester by Howard Clark

June 26th, 2007 · 2 Comments · Performance Testing

When it comes to software testing I have some very strong opinions about the background one should bring to the table.  Not necessarily the educational background, as I’ve seen first hand how non-technical degree holders can hold their own, but really more of an emphasis on the experience they bring to the table.  I was […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Performance Test Without Doing Code Coverage Analysis by Howard Clark

June 2nd, 2007 · No Comments · Performance Testing

The business processes that need to be tested may be well understood and already decided on.  But how do you know if those processes really help mitigate the risk to the application?  Much like the issues with building the usage model in the absence of historical data (Building Usage Profiles Without Historical Data) there exists […]

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