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 this webinar, we’ll dive deep into the technology and techniques needed to implement the “Inside Out” strategy we talked about last month. Integration Testing, Mocking, Test Drivers. Syncing up Agile Testing with Automation. This event has ended. Find the recording here.
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.
We’re excited to be sponsoring an Automated Testing Panel on the Future of Automated Testing at TriTAUG hosted by Bronto on Tuesday March 29 at 7pm. From meetup.com: Join us for a panel discussion with 4 well-respected local names in automated testing! We’ll pick their brains for where automated testing is now and […]
I recently overheard a colleague make this statement: “If you’re creating thousands of tests, you’re doing it wrong!” It was the wrong time and place to challenge him, so I have to assume the very best. I’ll give my friend the benefit of the doubt. I’ll assume that his experience […]