My Introduction to Continuous Integration My introduction to Continuous Integration came in 2002. The first day of my work for a retail company, I walked in & we immediately discussed tasks. Then we estimated them, paired up, sat down and started working. At the desk was one keyboard, one mouse, […]
In October, we’re addressing the popular question “what should I automate first?” Every team asks this question at some point. The answers to this question are as varied as the people asking it. But what are the tried and true methods for selecting which tests to automate first? The answer may […]
New Free Webinars – Automated Testing Check out our upcoming and past webinars over on the webinars page. Sign up for the next one. We’ll be talking about what to automate first. There are a lot of different thoughts about this, but we’ll tell you what works and what doesn’t during […]
STPCon We’re at STPCon in Dallas this week! Why? At Beaufort Fairmont we believe in continual growth. We attend conferences to accomplish this. We learn new skills, methodologies, and approaches in order to help our customers in the area of testing and automated testing. We also love to give back […]
In August, we’ll take a deep technical dive into our subject last month “From the Inside Out”. We’ll talk about integration tests, how to approach them and how (technically) to get testing synced up with dev in Agile environments. Send your testers, your developers, and bring your “inner geek”.
Recently, Beaufort Fairmont founder Paul Merrill joined Test Talks host Joe Colantonio. The episode talks about Paul’s recent work on Data Strategies for Software Testing. Paul and Joe talk about how data affects functional testing as well as automated testing. 4 different data strategies are covered. Make sure to check out Test Talks to […]
We’re happy to announce that Beaufort Fairmont founder, Paul Merrill will be speaking at QA Testers of Charlotte on Thursday April 14! We encourage anybody testing software in Charlotte to come. The talk is on “Data Strategies for Testing”. More information can be found on Meetup.com.