UnitTests for ultimate speeding Test feedback - hands-on workshop
- Are you struggling to convince your dev team to adapt right Test Pyramid? And are able to evaluate the reasoning behind not doing it?
- Are you new to unit testing? TDD looks like a buzz word?
- Does it look like only for developers? If yes then we must meet, I have very interesting queries for you. One of them: Have you considered the value addition it has when a tester knows Unit Testing as well?
- Do you feel like you know the syntax, but would like to understand new idioms and where to use them?
- Want to learn and make the career doing full-time test automation called SDET?
Instead of just covering the syntax, we will introduce most of the UnitTests using nose/TestNg as we build code together.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
Each section goes with understanding and implementing each one hands-on.
- Why unit tests, what is it and why should I care being the tester? 20 m
- Getting started [setup] 30 m
- Writing Tests: basics [ usage of unit tests library ] 45 m
How to cover most of the code with ease & speed up development & execution
- Parameterise 20 m
- Mock & various ways of using patch 30 m
- Mock with Autospec and SideEffect 30 m
Control test run 45 m
- Run specific test function
- Coverage html
- Speed up more with multi-process
Test Reporting: beautiful readable reports 30 m
Dont’s 30 m
Will work on few frequent typical mistakes which usually we do & tricks on how to avoid them
Empowerment to realise as Test Engineer
- Real examples on how to set up the right Test Pyramid 45 m
- More soft importances example: 15 m
More dev-qa bonding brings more collaboration and success
Q & A 45 m
We together work on the remaining problems
- Can write Unit tests from ground 0
- Can setup right Test Pyramid in the respective company. In turn, improving quality, speeding up test feedbacks and building more trust and respect between the dev and QA teams, towards healthier culture.
new to unit tests
Prerequisites for Attendees
We do it in Java or Python, based on most votes on language, we pick one of them.
* Basic knowledge of coding in Java is essential
* Jdk 1.7 or above installed
* Basic knowledge of coding in Python is essential
* Bring your own laptop with python 2.7 installed
Detailed setup instructions will be emailed a week before the workshop day
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