Continuous Integration (CI), while it comes with a high startup cost, provides several benefits that lead to a better product in the long term. Read on to discover six of the strongest reasons to us CI in your project.
Continuous Integration (CI) is an automated process that complements your unit testing efforts. Discover how CI can create deployable software packages while giving feedback about the health of the project.
Shared test data can lead to a particularly nasty form of fragile test. Discover why shared test data is bad and how to avoid using it in your unit tests.
Testing functionality dependent on the current time or date commonly leads to fragile tests. Discover three proven test patterns to avoid that trap.
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Disaster can strike at any time. Are you ready? Can your business survive the impact of a disaster? Discover the simple five steps to get a Business Continuity Plan for your business in place today.
Fragile tests can rob you of the benefits of unit testing by undermining the developer’s trust in the tests. Read on and discover what makes fragile tests so destructive.
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Defects are a nuisance. However, they often lead to bigger problems. You might find your code corruption data by updating the wrong records or opening up gaping security holes allowing users to see other users’ data. Find out how to protect yourself from this danger.
Data inference allows attackers to infer protected information from legitimately accessible data. Read on to find out what data inference entails and how you can protect your data.