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[DeepSource] Effective code reviews: a primer
Peer review – an activity in which people other than the author of a software deliverable examine it for defects and improvement opportunities – is one of the most powerful software quality tools available.

1. Keep the changes small and focused
2. Ensure logical coherence of changes
3. Have automated test, and track coverage
4. Self-review changes before submitting for peer review
5. Automate what can be automated
6. Be positive, polite and respectful
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18 days ago by jslu
Sanity Testing Vs Smoke Testing: Introduction & Differences
Smoke Testing is a kind of Software Testing performed after software build to ascertain that the critical functionalities of the program is working fine. It is executed "before" any detailed functional or regression tests are executed on the software build. The purpose is to reject a badly broken application, so that the QA team does not waste time installing and testing the software application.
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november 2018 by jslu
[QATestLab] Sanity Testing vs Regression Testing
Testers carry out Sanity Testing if they have limited time for performing testing. Regression Testing is carried out when there is enough time for it. ... Non-complete test cases are conducted in the software in the course of Sanity Testing. In the course of Regression Testing complete test cases are conducted in the software.
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october 2018 by jslu
Code Review Review is the Manager's Job
The code review, usually performed using GitHub pull requests or the like, is now the highest leverage point for improving an engineering team’s output... Code reviews are not about catching bugs. Modern code reviews are about socialization, learning, and teaching... The behavioural trends in the process are your domain and if you’re running a meta-review process well your work will be predominantly behind the scenes.
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august 2018 by jslu
[OctoPerf] JMeter VS Gatling Tool
Following up our article about why we chose JMeter to build OctoPerf, our Cloud Load Testing Platform, let’s now compare Apache JMeter to Gatling Tool in details. Both tools are great, but they excel in different fields. We aim to give you the best possible overview of these tool and try to stay as objective as possible. The purpose of this post is to give a technical insight about how each of these load testing tools are made.
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july 2017 by jslu
[SavvyClutch Engineering Club] Measuring software engineering competency
The list of rules is splitted in two parts: Obligations and Merits. Each rule is a Yes/No question. “Yes” answer to an “Obligation” gives you 0 points, “No” answer gives you -1 point. “Yes” answer to a “Merit” rule gives you 1 point, “No” answer gives you 0 points. You’ve got the idea, right? Having merits is good, not fulfilling obligations is bad.
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may 2017 by jslu
[Instrumental Manufacturing Intelligence] Hardware engineers speak in code: EVT, DVT, PVT decoded
While software engineers may write code, hardware engineers speak it.  We love our three-letter acronyms (TLAs): EVT, DVT, PVT, MP; OK, NG, FA, CA; PD, EPM, OPM; PRD, DRP, BOM.  Goodness, how do we even understand each other?
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may 2017 by jslu
[ZeeMee Engineering] Scaling Rails to 125,000 Requests per Minute on Heroku
Watch your database IOPS. We hit the limit here before we hit CPU or memory limits, which was a surprise. Eventually, you’ll need PgBouncer so that you don’t max out the number of connections to Postgres (limited to 500 for bigger database plans).
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august 2016 by jslu
Cloud Load Testing for Everyone with JMeter or Gatling | Flood IO
This is the high performance load testing service
you’ve been looking for. Upload your JMeter, Gatling or Selenium test plan to Flood, we'll distibute it across hundreds of servers and show you results in real time, so you can spend more time focussing on scaling your application.
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august 2016 by jslu
Launchlist Pro - The ultimate website checklist application.
Launchlist is intended to help and encourage web designers and developers to check their work before exposing it to the world at large. The product was born out of frustration. For too long we had been using archaic methods to conduct pre-launch testing and the web was an obvious choice to do it better.."
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march 2011 by jslu

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