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Posted On Thursday, December 29, 2005 4:02 PM

Mercury Interactive>QuickTestPro: Object Repository management
For those of you not in the software testing world, QuickTest Professional (a.k.a., QTP) is a testing tool made by Mercury Interactive. It's a good, as far as those type of tools go, as anything available in my opinion. However, there are a couple of things I don't understand about it's architecture. I am only going to discuss one, though. Bear in mind this discussion is totally web-based since after all, we are a web-based company. QTP "learns" and "remembers" objects (these are things like fields, ......

Posted On Thursday, December 29, 2005 3:56 PM

Google: an observation of their process
I have some websites that I have created in the last little bit (mostly just boring static HTML for simplicity). I have been tracking them to figure out when/how they will appear on Google. Well, I've searched from work, and the page doesn't appear at all. It's been several weeks, and I've cross-posted the pages all over trying to make sure Google finds them. The other night, my home machine found the page with no problem. 1st page, 1st link, even! How amazing! I came to work, and my work machine ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 7, 2005 8:51 AM

How Target did somebody wrong
Chris Williams, fellow blogger, relates a very sad story of his treatment at Target in this blog entry. Poor guy. Amazing how the whole "charge you immediately, credit you back after two weeks" thing works, isn't it?

Posted On Monday, December 5, 2005 9:02 PM

CSTE Exam: Ouch, and double-ouch
A bunch of us from the office took the CSTE today. For you developer types who aren't familiar with Software Test Engineer certifications (yes, we have them), that's what this is. Let me tell you something folks: this was tough Most of us are pretty sure we didn't pass, but we'll see. Test was very easy at first, but by section 4 was largely theoretical in nature. Since testing stuff can be a little subjective (the theory), these questions were very difficult to answer. It was only 4 hours long, ......

Posted On Friday, December 2, 2005 11:15 PM

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