What good is broken code? All it does is wreak havoc in your ColdFusion developers and amongst users in your workplace. And the biggest problem is… Your team will produce broken code. There’s really no way around it. Nobody’s perfect. What if we told you that top CIOs know the way around the inevitably of […]
How to do a Thorough Test of ColdFusion Web Applications
How upsetting is it to have a deployed ColdFusion application that is full of bugs and issues? Is the cost of going back and fixing the problems hurting your bottom line? Are you concerned that proper testing procedures were not followed during development due to time constraints or developers just not knowing the proper way […]
CFUnited load testing session went well.
My CFUnited presentation on “Dynamic Load Testing with Webserver Stress Tool” went well. Thanks to everyone for the good feedback. My presentation, source, and testing scripts will be posted on the CFUnited site soon after the conference. Congrats to the 3 raffle winners: Steven Focht (Webserver Stress Tool 7), Abram Adams (WST), Bryan Modders (FusionReactor). […]
Presenting at CFUnited on load testing
CFUnited is next week! I’ll be presenting on Wednesday on “Dynamic Load Testing with Webserver Stress Tool”. I’ll be covering Basic, parameterized, and scripted load testing. It’s a fairly inexpensive tool, but can do some powerful testing. This week I also found out I’ll be able to raffle 3 software licenses: 2 licenses for Paessler […]
Why Load Test your ColdFusion Applications?
You just finished coding your latest web app and have even gone the extra step of running functional tests to eliminate bugs and make sure that all of the features work correctly. Now it is ready to be released into the world! Not so fast…If you have more than a few hundred users, you could […]