Monthly Archives: July 2011

QA Automation Services Work Week 2011 – Day 1

QAASWW11 kicked off yesterday with a day of planning at IdeaSpace in Cambridge, UK. We had a meeting room for the day – kindly offered up by our new friends at Springboard – and plenty of instant whiteboard! As with … Continue reading

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Endurance tests demonstrate Firefox’s memory usage improvements

Thanks to the amazing efforts of the MemShrink project, Firefox’s memory usage is seeing some great improvements. In particular, Firefox 7 will be much more efficient with memory than the current version. As endurance tests monitor resources such as memory, … Continue reading

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Micro-iterations in Endurance Tests

Last week micro-iterations landed in Mozmill Endurance Tests. These allow tests to accumulate resources during an iteration. This was previously achieved by leaving the state of the test snippet in a different state to how it started, allowing the iterations … Continue reading

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