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“At What Cost Will You Pursue Performance?” by Howard Clark

September 16th, 2010 · 3 Comments · Performance Testing

The stats of the finest example of engineering on the planet The Bugatti Veyron SuperSport: Top Speed – 267 Mph Cost – $1.9 million plus Running at Top Speed – Tires have a life of 37 miles, replacement costs $25K plus for tires, $50K forged alloy wheels. Running at Top Speed – Fuel lasts 12 […]

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A Side Note: “Fighting To Maintain A Tester’s Integrity” by Bobby Washington

July 6th, 2010 · No Comments · A Side Note

“Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.” The operative word here is practice. As testers credibility is just as important a skill to possess as any. However, anyone involved with software development for any length of time can agree that sometimes pressures from management can try to force us […]

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A Side Note: “Do More with Less…Can Someone Tell Me How?” by Bobby Washington

June 3rd, 2010 · 3 Comments · A Side Note

Testrocket.org is very pleased to open up to Bobby Washington as it’s newest contributing author. Bobby brings a fresh perspective from the viewpoint of the intended reader of this site, the practitioner. He is a trusted colleague and valued contributor! “Do more with less…”,less resources, less time, less money. If you have worked in IT […]

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From the Field: LoadRunner and Citrix

March 1st, 2010 · No Comments · Testing From The Field

LR-Citrix_Presentation You need to understand that any project requiring a performance test of an application deployment via Citrix is not going to be your casual record and playback affair. So begin by digging up your old C reference manuals, actually they should be close by at all times when working with this tool, but for […]

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Performance Testing Wilderness: Hold Hands and Make a Ring Around the Campfire by Howard Clark

July 20th, 2008 · 1 Comment · Performance Wilderness

(2 Factor Orthogonal Array Example) The ties that bind us together, our networks, connecting the disparate dots on our application landscape allowing us to process transactions from around the globe.  Imagine a circle of people holding hands moving in unison around the camp fire, a perfect symphony of movement as eveyone dances around faster and […]

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