Worcester State University Computer Science Department
- Bug Hunting
- Video Game Testing
- Testing Traps
- Software Project
- Deadly Linux Commands
- Exploratory Testing
- Why You Should Be Writing Descriptive Test Names
- Unit Tests Vs End-to-End Tests
- Don’t Panic, It’s Just A Sensitive Database (Week 10 11/25/16)
- Are Testers People Who Can’t Code? (Week 9 11/18/16)
- A Tester’s Guide to the Messaging Galaxy (11/11/16 Week 8)
- How Good Are Your Test Cases?
- Should We Value UI Automation Tests?
- 11 Things You’re Doing Wrong When Testing Code
- Testing IoT Devices: Key Areas
All posts syndicated from other blogs are the property the original author, are subject to the copyright and licensing terms of that blog, and are used here with permission of the author.
All posts original to this blog are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Author Archives: nzahid
This week was the last in-class meeting of the semester. We discussed various ideas about how we should use our Eucalyptus cloud in the future. One of the ideas was to provide students in lower level courses with images of the cloud that supplied them with all the tools they need to do their work. […] Continue reading
This week we got together in class and decided on how we would go about presenting our portion of the Eucalyptus project. Our group, because it discusses the Architecture Overview, will be the first group to present on May 9th, 2012. We decided it is probably a good idea to do a couple of run-throughs […] Continue reading
This week we did not meet as a class, as we had the 16th off due to Patriot’s Day. During this week I made a lot of progress with my documentation on Eucalyptus Machine Images (EMIs). I was able to research the topic using the following links as references for my own documentation: 1. http://www.eucalyptus.com/download/images […] Continue reading
This week we began by providing updates on where we are at with our individual projects. We also need to find out exactly what format the folks over at Eucalyptus want our documentation to be in. Then we will need to convert our simple text format over to whatever they suggest. We also discussed beginning […] Continue reading
This week we created an EtherPad to document and organize the mid-semester status of all our collective Eucalyptus documentation. Using the following EtherPad: http://typewith.me/p/Mid-semester_status, we were all able to contribute and describe what the status of our portion of the documentation is. We included the following information to describe our portion of the project and […] Continue reading
This week in class we first discussed updates on what people have been working on over the past couple of weeks. Various groups provided information regarding where they were at with their portion of Eucalyptus. Our group, (Myself, Dan Adams, and Brian Labbe), decided what direction specifically we would like to take our documenting of […] Continue reading
We had spring break this week at WSU so I tried to squeeze in some Eucalyptus time. This week the Eucalyptus web interface was made available and we were able to sign up for an account on our cloud. This was some pretty exciting progress. I’ve also been, once again, continuing to research and document […] Continue reading