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Performance testing in Java development

Posted in Software testing by testing in London on November 29, 2009

From InfoQ

In a challenging economy, Java developers have limited resources but face higher expectations to turn out better performing code—and do it faster. Trimmed budgets mean smaller teams. In addition, the market demands shortened development cycles.

This document presents a performance testing strategy that can help you achieve more with less. It describes the importance of granular testing and proposes strategies for writing granular tests. Next, the document identifies the aspects of an application that you need to test, including both code and memory issues such as detecting both memory leaks as well as object cycling.

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  1. e-commerce solutions said,

    Thanks a lot for the details of the strategy.Look forward to more such posts.Thanks again.

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