Naomi Goldberg

HomeAuthorNaomi Goldberg, Author at Continuous Testing

Naomi is a Product Marketing Manager at BlazeMeter, part of the Continuous Testing Business Unit.
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As Continuous Testing and DevOps have become key methodologies for enterprise testing teams, there’s been a huge rise in industry events and conferences for networking and knowledge sharing. We’ve put together a list of the top Continuous Testing and DevOps events you should check out this year, wherever you are in the world. STP Con Spring April 1st-4th 2019, Burlingame, CA STP Con is a veteran conference for software testing professionals, and considered to be...

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Better Design of Test Packs = Better Test Coverage Who doesn’t want to boost testing efficiency? But the more difficult question that follows is, “Where do I start and how do I get it done?”. One area of opportunity is what we call Test Case Optimization or the ability to achieve maximum test coverage with the minimum set of test cases. Yet when it comes to Test Case Optimization, it is very easy to claim the ability...

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API Testing: Putting a Bank’s Branch Locator API to the Test In this blog post a single endpoint of a Bank Branch Locator API will be modeled[1] using CA Agile Requirements Designer (ARD), an innovative Model Based Testing (MBT) tool. This API testing takes in 3 data parameters: latitude and longitude coordinates in degrees and a radius in miles. It returns branch locations and details that exist within the specified radius from the given coordinates. The API has...

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UI modeling 101 One of the most common requirements modeling exercise involves the User Interface (UI). In particular, UI modeling is one that is designed to describe or test the functionality of the UI. Arguably, almost all companies, even individuals have a ‘front-end UI’. This is place where a user will interact the most with a product and it is vital that it behaves as intended. Within this blog, I will describe a reliable method to follow...

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How to Create Usable Manual Test Cases Creating large amounts of test cases can be done today at the click of a button – with the help of tools like CA Agile Requirements Designer. These test cases can be easily exported to other tools that organizations typically use including: spreadsheets, CA Agile Central, MicroFocus/HPE ALM and many more. The right tools even have the ability to generate test data for each test case. Perfect! But what...

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Test Design Automation in High Gear: Announcing the integration of CA Agile Requirements Designer and Eggplant Functional. As previously mentioned, we have a commitment to an open, flexible, continuous testing ecosystem, and we are thrilled to put Test Design Automation in high gear by announcing the integration of CA Agile Requirements Designer with Eggplant Functional from Testplant. Design Your Requirements Automation is key to in-sprint testing at agile speeds, but so is the reassurance of knowing what to test. CA Agile Requirements Designer brings...

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More Often Than Not, Software Defects Stem From Incomplete and Ambiguous Requirements Countless research and case studies have long pointed to a cold, hard truth. And that is, the requirements, not developers or testers, introduce the vast majority of software defects that wreak havoc in production. The Speed of  Agile Introduces a New Set of Requirements Engineering and Design Challenges Rather than solve this issue, the development practices which have risen around “Agile” have introduced a...