COMAQA community activists on C++ CoreHard Meet-up HTP #1

Good Morning, colleagues.
Co-founder of our community – Anton Semenchenko – took part at C++ CoreHard Meet up at February 12 at HTP.
During that event Anton talked about a couple of topics: Merging Visitor, Builder, Composite, Decorator and Iterator: building architecture on a thorough example. Sedov’s Law of Hierarchichal Compesations and C++ Core Guidelines. Building Microkernel Architecture based on Pipes and Filters.


COMAQA Winter 2017. Filipp Keks. How to make automated test bots play games?

Your small mobile game was successfull and you’ve decided to improve the project. During the time, your project became bigger, code became more complex, testers do not succeed in checking all the functionality before each release, number of bugs is increasing, negative comments appear at the store, rating in falling down and players leave your game. How to avoid that?


COMAQA Winter 2017. Roundtable discussions: “Architecture for UI automation solutions”

Let us talk about UI automation architecture as a “Layered cake” via prism of modules, layers, architectural patterns, design patterns, both specific for QA Automation and general purpose. In Architecture, as in any other creative field, the most complicated thing, which is hardly acquired and difficult to formalize – is finding balance.


COMAQA Winter 2017. Vadim Zubovich. Abandon Postman – automate API testing using familiar stack

Postman is a great tool for API automation, but it requires additional software to be installed, additional skills to be applied, additional configurations to be made. Is there a way for an expert in Java QA Automation to jump over all these limitations and get straight to automating API tests in familiar environment? Sure there is! Let’s talk about ways to automate API tests using Java

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