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Entries from August 13th, 2007

A Side Note:Get Ahead of the Testing Infrastucture Build Out by Howard Clark

August 13th, 2007 · No Comments · A Side Note

Know what it is and how it is you’re going to test it far in advance of building out your testing capacity and before you’ve exhausted it.  It shouldn’t take a system collapse to justify more funding for your testing infrastructure.  Instead we have to learn to build the cost justifications and speak to the […]

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Performance Wilderness:Setting Up Your Performance Testing Camps by Howard Clark

August 13th, 2007 · No Comments · Performance Wilderness

In the first camp we have test efforts intended to be highly repeatable, obviously repetitive, and biased towards being regressive.  The performance testing infrastructure should be partitioned in such a way that these efforts are not compromised by the testing being conducted in the other camps.  These testing efforts should lend themselves to being highly […]

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