This blog post explains Brewer's conjecture that in partitioned distributed system, there is a trade-off between availability and consistency....
Performance testing is the first step towards measuring and improving the performance of an application. Performance testing measures the performance of the application under different user loads. The next step is to analyze the performance test results and identify the bottlenecks in the application.After that the bottlenecks need to be resolved so that there is some improvement in the application’s performance. The improvement can be in terms of lower response times, lower usage of system resources and ability to handle high number of concurrent users.... More
Robot Framework is a test automation framework developed in Python. It uses keyword driven approach and allows user to write test cases in easily understood language. This post explains how to set up RF with Selenium on a Windows machine.... More
Today, field of Information Technology is witnessing an unprecedented pace in both innovation and development. Such growth is leading to generation of colossal amount of data. This blog discusses future possibilities and vistas that database as technology may realize due to this data revolution.... More
Well QA has its own importance in SDLC cycle, however when it comes to exit for QA it is always a tricky question, as it is said no software is completely BUG Free and it can never ever happened; so let me highlight some of the point which can help us to solve this mystery question with some of the supportive points. ... More
This is an interesting discussion. What would be the result if developers test their own code? When developer tests their own code they will follow the happy paths and this happen due to basic human nature. Developers will only follow the positive scenario when they review their job. They would not like to see the negative aspects of their job done and don’t really opt to go into much details of the code in order to see what can go wrong. ... More
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