Seeing as we are continuing our learning with Mockito, specifically going into spies in Mockito, figured it would be worthwhile to do some research into them. I found this article (https://www.baeldung.com/mockito-spy) from Baeldung by Eugen Paraschiv detailing spy usage and complexities which I found very useful. It begins with a description of spies and thenContinue reading “Mockito – Using Spies”
Having started to learn about stubs with relation to testing in class, I went to do some further research on the functionality and usefulness of this testing strategy. I found a great deal of articles comparing stubs with mocks and evaluating their differences. I haven’t heard of mock testing before, so this was interesting toContinue reading “Stubs vs. Mocks”
Given that we are working in a Scrum team in our Software Development capstone and that we got ample practice with the Scrum in our Software Project Management course, I thought it would be interesting to see the crossover between quality assurance and the Scrum workflow. Scrum is also widely used, so this should beContinue reading “Scrum Quality Assurance”
I was interested in learning more about how software testing works in the professional world on a software development team. Since we are learning about the crafting of software tests in our class, I thought it would be interesting to learn how the pieces are put together, like how developing requirements goes into crafting testsContinue reading “Software Testing Life Cycle”
I was looking for some materials to supplement the work we are doing in Software Quality Assurance and Testing (CS-443) and I came across a nice article from ReQtest entitled What is Boundary Value Analysis and Equivalence Partitioning? I found this to be a good supplement to our in-class activity on boundary value testing, summarizing some ofContinue reading “Boundary Value Testing & Equivalence Partitions”
Hello! I’m Marcos Felipe, and I’m currently enrolled in CS443 (Software Quality Assurance & Testing) at WSU. Over the semester, I’ll make a series of blog posts related to this course.