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    Posted by: Vadim Yushprakh After giving a talk about Tux at MEDC ’06 in Las Vegas , a lot of people asked me about multi-threaded testing scenarios. The basic problem is this: a tester has coded up a test function, which tests a particular component, such as a driver. In practice, this driver can...
  • Blog Post: Flush-On-Close Registry Flushing

    I received several questions in the past regarding registry testing related to the Flush-On-Close functionality. So I'll talk about this a little bit in this blog. This functionality is for the hive-based registry and it is disabled by default. When it's enabled, it will flush the registry aggresively...
  • Blog Post: Stress Test Best Practice

    When doing testing, we always want to cover as much area as possible. Unfortunately, it's almost impossible to test all possible combinations areas all of the time. Stress test can help covering areas that normal testing might not touch. The main purpose of stress test is to simulate real world load...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to WinCE Base Test Team's Blog

    Feel free to use this blog to do a quick documentation related to WinCE tests, especially around Filesys, Storage, and Drivers area.
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