Thomas Pryce

If testing was a race, data would win every time

Okay, so that title doesn’t make complete sense. However, if you read to the end of this article, all will become clear. I’m first going to discuss some of the persistent barriers to in-sprint testing and development. I will then discuss a viable route to delivering rigorously tested systems in short sprints.

Curiosity and Windocks announce Containerised Test Data Automation

Curiosity Software Ireland, creators of Test Data Automation, and Windocks, on demand database...

The broken promise of test automation

Remember when test automation was being peddled as a silver bullet for testing bugbears? Of...

BDD is much more than Gherkin or Cucumber

Behaviour Driven Development is, at its heart, about communication. It’s not about using Gherkin...

Turn GDPR Compliance into an Opportunity for Better, Faster Testing

Ever-tighter data privacy legislation like the EU General Data Protection Regulation and The...

Moving from GDPR compliance to full-blown “Test Data Automation”

I’ve written fairly frequently on the impact of the GDPR on testing, often responding to the...

10 Ways to Optimise and Accelerate UFT Test Automation (Part 2)

Welcome to part two in this article exploring the benefits of model-based test design and...

10 Ways to Optimise and Accelerate UFT Test Automation (Part 1)

Its ongoing development, including the recently introduced of the ‘UFT Family’, ensure that...

GDPR and testing: A few questions to ask yourself

I’ve been harping on about GDPR and other recent developments in compliance for years now, and...

monolith to microservice: QA must match the speed of innovation today

Register for the next Curiosity webinar – To Open Banking and Beyond: Developing APIs that are...

Model-Based Test Automation: A one-stop-shop for complete UI Testing

UI Testing is often considered the most intuitive for human testers. UIs are built for human use...

Your testing is only as agile as your test data

Welcome to part 4/4 of this article series discussing the new paradigm in Test Data Management:...

Quality Testing Requires Quality Data

My two most recent blogs have made the case for a new TDM paradigm called “Test Data...

GDPR and testing: Are you a sceptic or a gambler?

Last week, we published a blog making the case for the next generation in TDM “best practice”....

Test Data Automation: The next generation in test data management

Rigorous testing at the speed of today’s release cycles requires on demand access to “good”...

Navigating the maze of complex API calls with Model-Based Testing

APIs are the lifeblood of modern software systems. They enable organisations to reach across...

Rigorously testing complex chains of APIs within short iterations

APIs provide business with the flexibility to innovate rapidly and extend their core offerings...

Model-Based Testing for Microsoft Dynamics 365

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a highly versatile and powerful tool for enterprise resource planning...

5 Reasons to Model During QA, Part 5/5

Join Curiosity and Jim Hazen on October 21st for “In the beginning there was a model: Using...