The story of an unconventional testing solution


Are you stuck on using existing test frameworks and tools you can find in the web? Would you develop your own one? Are you really sure you want to reinvent the wheel? Well, we did it... Why? We are still trying to understand it. How? We will tell you. Results? Almost good. Mood? Row nerves. Everybody alive? Not everybody... A little journey through our experience in developing and using HEAT test framework, an open source project to test REST APIs, not as monkeys.

Language: English

Level: Intermediate

Annarita De Biase

Software Developer Engineer in Test II -

I've been working as Sr Software Engineer in Test in (Expedia Inc Company) since 2012 . - Gradutated in Electronic Engineering at "Politecnico di Bari" working as researcher in artificial intelligence applications of neural networks. - Experience in Software Validation in air traffic control system (Selex Sistemi Integrati) - Coding with C, C++, Java, Javascript but with a high preference on Java - Testing frameworks as JMeter, SoapUi, CasperJS, Fitnesse Test, Rest Assured and on test management systems as Jenkins, Requisit Pro, Concerto - Main maintainer of Heat proj on GitHub

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Miro Barsocchi

Software Development Engineer In Test II -

I work in the quality assurance for web applications, software, mobile and, in the past, SIM and USIM. I do the testing activity for the application frontend, web site, backend system and all the parts that forms the product. Passionate about automation (CasperJS, Selenium WebDriver, JMeter, SoapUI, FitNesse) and always open to new methods and technologies, I work in Scrum environment and, in the QA dpt, I'm a QA Lead. Coding (PHP, Javascript, Java), scripting, DB are some of my knowledge, togheter with everything needed to improve the final product.

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