Posts Tagged ‘open source’
The confluence of many technology streams made today’s Internet. It is now so ingrained in daily life that it is hard to grasp what an immense project it has been.
A few days ago, I participated in a panel discussion on open source tools for testing at the QUEST conference with the two founders of Selenium: Jason Huggins of Sauce Labs and Simon Stewart of Google.
Before the panel started we chatted a bit with the moderator. We couldn’t come up with…
Open source tools for model-based testing are listed in five groups: Binaries, Fielded, Club, Beta, Development.
Through Google Circles, I happened to see David Welton’s very interesting reflection on the Tcl programming language (posted in 2010):
About ten years ago, I chose to develop a commercial automated software testing tool with Tcl and Tk. This post explains that decision and its consequences.
Despite testing tools that tout “visual programming”…