A Tester's Guide to .NET Programming by Randal Root

By Randal Root

A Tester's advisor to .NET Programming focuses completely on utilized programming options for testers. you'll tips on how to write basic computerized assessments, allowing you to check instruments and utilities. additionally, you will know about the real recommendations using smooth programming at the present time, like multitier functions and object-oriented programming. extra companies are adopting .NET applied sciences, and this publication will equip you to evaluate software program robustness and function. even if you are an skilled programmer who is unusual with checking out options, or you are an skilled tester versed in VB .NET and C#, the integrated real-world counsel and instance code can assist you begin your tasks.

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Our testing software. 5. Place two controls, one button control and one textbox control, on the form by dragging them from the toolbox (if you cannot see the Toolbox window, then you can load it by selecting View ➤ Toolbox). , you do not need to change their Name properties for this simple exercise). NET TESTING CHOICES Figure 2-5. The Visual Basic Integrated Development Environment (IDE) TESTER’S TIP: WHEN TO SET AND CHANGE PROPERTIES In many of these examples, we will not ask you to change the default properties of the textboxes and labels.

A command prompt window Figure 2-14. NET TESTING CHOICES What you just did in this step was to test your application in its natural working environment. Using Visual Studio’s command window is much more convenient for our purposes, but before you release your testware you should always test it from the actual user’s perspective. Of course, when you are writing testware, your “user” will likely be you or another tester. Still, you must test your own code! Now you’ve written two simple programs: one in Windows Forms and one using the Console.

They were instrumental in arranging appropriate training in the tools selected for the project, as well. This model worked quite well for this company, although so far it’s the only company we have seen do it quite this way. It takes time and money to set up such a model, but it has many benefits in the long run. If you are a midsize company with a team of ten testers, the makeup of your test team could be something like this: • Four to five testers experienced in traditional manual-testing processes • Three testers experienced in automated test tools such as Segue, Mercury, and Rational • Two to three testers experienced in software development, at least two of whom could be considered advanced programmers ■Note Testers who develop code for use in testing are increasingly gaining titles of their own.

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