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Test Design – Readability versus Writeability

17.08.2020   
The growing interest in test automation is offset by the concern about risk. One of these risks is inadequate test design that can’t be used as the background for automated test scripts development and execution. Keep in mind, however, that the risk of inadequate testing design is a problem with testing as a whole (outside the scope of test automation).

Newly-Introduced JUnit 5 Annotations and Classes. Tagged tests

11.08.2020   
The last article in our series on Newly-Introduced JUnit 5 Annotations and Classes. In this one we look at tagged tests.

Newly-Introduced JUnit 5 Annotations and Classes. Nested tests

04.08.2020   
The third article in our series on newly introduced JUnit 5 Annotations and Classes. This time we look at nested tests.

The IIBA Certification. What’s new?

28.07.2020   
Nowadays the Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge™ or ÂÀÂÎÊ™ for short is very well known by many professionals across a variety of industries. As well as the three levels of certification available to business analysts: Entry Certificate in Business Analysis™ (ECBA™), Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP™), and Certification of Competency in Business Analysis™ (CCBA™).

Newly-Introduced JUnit 5 Annotations and Classes. The @Disabled annotation

21.07.2020   
The second part of our article on Newly-Introduced JUnit 5 Annotations and Classes. This time we look at @Disabled annotation.

Newly-Introduced JUnit 5 Annotations and Classes. @DisplayName annotation

14.07.2020   
Abstract: JUnit is a unit testing framework for the Java programming language. The JUnit 5 version has been redesigned to solve some particular problems of the previous versions. It comes with a lot of new annotations that make the life of the programmer easier and nicer. This article will put a few of them in practice.

Migrating from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5: implementing the migration, dependencies, annotations. Part 3

06.07.2020   
The last article in our series on migrating from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5 (implementing the migration, dependencies, annotations). This time we look at the effective migration.

Migrating from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5: implementing the migration, dependencies, annotations. Part 2

24.06.2020   
The second article of our series on implementing the migration, dependencies, annotations when Migrating from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5. This time we look at needed dependencies.

Migrating from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5: implementing the migration, dependencies, annotations

17.06.2020   
Implementing the migration from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5 can be done step by step and, for a period of time, you may be working with a hybrid approach for mature projects. The article will compare the needed JUnit 4 and JUnit 5 dependencies.

JUnit 5 Architecture. Part 6

10.06.2020   
The last article in our series on JUnit 5 Architecture. We now turn our attention to the JUnit 5 approach. JUnit 5 allows similar effects as in the case of the JUnit 4 rules by introducing the own extensions.

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