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WeTestWW2013 - How to test a web service

In this workshop we will provide a hands on working implementation of how one can get under the covers and perform integration level interface testing using web services. The scenario will be relevant, a UI application firstly presented and then removed, yet testing proceeds. Through the workshop, elements of enterprise architecture, integration concepts such as XML, WSDLs, XPath queries, toolset options & functionality all wrapped to context and outcomes will be explained, visualised and discussed.  

NOEL DYKES is a Technical Practice Manager at Assurity Consulting. He may teach you some Irish, if you ask nicely.

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  • Noel D.

    Some notes shared guys. Thanks for attending and anything further I can help with just give me a shout directly

    December 3, 2013

  • Sarah B.

    Hey Noel - Thanks for the presentation! I have totally forgotten the names of the 'other' test tools that you recommended looking at (something-Lite was it?) can you flick me the details? Thanks!

    December 2, 2013

    • Eric L.

      Hi Sarah, I think it is WSLite

      December 2, 2013

  • Adam H.

    Good, interesting talk despite technical difficulties. Would be great to extend into a longer session to allow a greater practical, hands-on element.

    2 · November 30, 2013

    • Ben

      Agreed. I thought the kitchen analogy was really good. Very difficult to approach a subject that big in the limited time available.

      November 30, 2013

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