Monthly Archives: June 2011

The User’s Context

TweetAll that really matters, in the end, is how satisfied the user is with your product. That is true if you are a project manager, a tester, a developer or an executive. That drives your business, your profits, and gives … Continue reading

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ApacheBench Vs. Siege

TweetI want to like Apache-bench more than I do. Although very simple to use with excellent reporting and widespread support, I keep abandoning it and find myself load testing with Siege. The main reason for this is the use of … Continue reading

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Selenium Conference talk

TweetThe video of my lightning talk with Matt Perry at the Selenium conference is up! It was a quick talk with my coworker about how we use selenium at Agora and the Gondola ruby gem we made to try and … Continue reading

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