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    Model Based Testing - The future is here!

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    Not sure if my article on Model Based Testing warranted an article or not (am not sure when exactly does a post qualify as an article - anyone know of any guidelines?), but I did put it up, partly because I wanted to try out the Article section of the...
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    Model Based Testing – An Introduction

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    In this article I will attempt to give a brief overview of Model Based Testing (MBT) and provide links to help you dig in for more details. I have been increasingly getting more and more fascinated (obsessed?) with this paradigm, which I believe holds...
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    Hinglish - Thanks to Baraha!

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    Discovered a really cool software some time back to help me type in Hindi . Problem was that I had lost touch with writing in the actual Hindi script (Devanagari) and plus there are all the issues related to typing a different language using the English...
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    Commerce Server 2002 Service Pack 3 Released!

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    Wow - we are on a roll! We just released Service Pack 3 (SP3) for Commerce Server 2002 . It is basically a roll up of all hotfixes (fixed as a result of QFEs or bugs found during internal testing) since SP2. One important thing to note is that SP3...
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    Commerce Server 2002 Feature Pack 1 Released!

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    Yohoooo!!! Feature Pack 1 for Commerce Server 2002 has officially RTWed (which stands for Release To Web, so maybe it should be written as RedTW). You can download your own copy from here and start playing the awesome new Catalog and Discount management...
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    Pairwise Pruning

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    Pairwise Testing is such a cool thing if you ever have to deal with testing a program or an API that is suffering from a test matrix explosion (due to a large number of all permutation / combinations of all involved variables such as Operating Systems...
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    RSS Bandit Rocks

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    I knew about RSS Bandit but hadn't really tried it so far. Finally tired of SharpReader taking up tons of memory on my box, I decided to try RSS Bandit and am loving it. Especially the light memory consumption (compared to SharpReader). Next stop will...
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