QA stands for Quality Assurance. Its all about delivering software that works every time, all the time! We look at different aspects of a product’s quality including but not limited to,
- does it work as expected?
- does it behave well when it encounters unexpected situations/input?
- does it work well under heavier than expected load?
This is a page that is for all things QA related. I’ve relied on a lot of resources on the internet for bringing myself up to speed on topics like performance testing, automation testing, testing process, test metrics etc etc and I always hoped I could find all or most of that information in one place. This site is going to serve as that single source of information for me and hopefully for everyone out there that is looking for QA related information.
TLDR; A benchmark is way to create a point of reference that you can then use to measure other things.
What is the problem we’re trying to solve?
I have around 10 different supported Windows versions. I’ll need to run some tests against each of them. I looked into Ansible for setting up the boxes instead of setting up each box by hand. This blog documents what I learn as I go through this process. Let me know what you think!