Category: Testing

Our Tech, Testing

Tweaking our Nancy unit tests to run in 5 minutes instead of 40

June 12, 2017

TL;DR version: We value fast, automated tests Our suite has grown to over 4300 tests Our suite already took about 20 minutes to run, on average, and recently adding only a handful of tests increased total time to over 40 minutes Turns out the useful Browser testing component from the

Our Tech, Testing

Overriding dependencies with Castle Windsor in SpecFlow tests

March 23, 2015

At DrDoctor we have a reasonable set of Spec tests using SpecFlow.  These tests tend to be a lot more involved than our unit tests as they always exercise most (close to all) of an application – and sometimes even multiple applications that make up portions of the entire system. 

Healthcare IT, Our Tech, Testing

Improving Database and Web Performance with New Relic – First Impressions

December 31, 2014

We’re always trying new ways to monitor our service uptime and performance.  It’s business critical that users on our website have a smooth and fast experience, particularly as most of our visitors are using mobile devices. We have heard a lot of good stories about New Relic, which gives real-time

Healthcare IT, Our Tech, Testing

Building an SSIS Testing Framework

June 2, 2014

If you compared the Google results for “testing c#” and “testing SSIS” you would quickly realize that testability isn’t one of the strengths of SSIS. I’ve seen a few different frameworks which were either too complicated or didn’t really work, in this post I’m going to give you my take