Tag Archives: software testing

Less QA?

This editorial was originally published on Jul 31, 2013. It is being re-run as Steve is out of the office. Throughout most of my career, people have complained that software is never tested enough, not tested well, and certainly not … Continue reading

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Test Coverage

This editorial was originally published on Nov 12, 2013. It is being re-run as Steve is on holiday. I’ve never had to work full time in a QA group, but I have had to perform software testing of an application … Continue reading

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No Time for Testing

There is a bit of a rant from John Welch on testing your data manipulation that I like. I think some of the impact is lost because the end shows an advertisement for a product that helps here, but the points made … Continue reading

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Is Unit Testing Important?

This editorial was originally published on Nov 10, 2009. It is being re-run as Steve is on vacation. I saw a question on the SQLServerCentral ASK site the other day asking about unit testing for T-SQL stored procedures. There weren’t … Continue reading

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Runtime Code

I was talking with someone recently who was building a dynamic process that generated its own code at runtime to process ETL files based on a set of rules. It was an impressive system, and reminded me of how BIML can dynamically … Continue reading

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Test Coverage

I’ve never had to work full time in a QA group, but I have had to perform software testing of an application and it wasn’t fun. Even as I worked through the various features, looking for edge cases, common mistakes, … Continue reading

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