Gualtiero Testa

I am a software analyst, architect and developer involved in web based applications, mainly Java Enterprise solutions in the Health, Insurance, Government and Banking domains.

Test Driven Development (TDD) and software testing methodologies and techniques are my main interests, without forgetting about coding and code quality.

Complete profile at http://www.linkedin.com/in/gualtierotesta

I work and live close to Milan, Italy.

3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello Gualtiero

    I stumbled on your website while searching for assertJ articles.

    But what was really interested me in your site is that you have tutorials written for Netbeans and
    Mockito. I am a qa test engineer in Lowell, MA USA. Tools that I like to use in my job are Netbeans ,
    TestNG, Maven , Jenkins,and also Selenium for UI testing.

    Love to see in the future
    if you can write tutorials for java testing using Netbeans with TestNG and Maven , and maybe
    some code examples of what plugins you use in Jenkins in test automation environment .

    Thanks, and keep up the good blog .

    • Dear Vihn,

      Thanks for your interest on my blog. I will continue to post new articles based on my daily experience with NetBeans, jUnit, Mockito, Jenkins and all other tools I use. Sorry but I don’t use TestNG.
      Let me know if you have a specific topic you would like me to post on. Keep in touch.


  2. Hello Gualtiero,

    we love your website and we would like to ask you about the possibility of publishing a paid PR article about IT e-learning – do you think it would be possible?

    Kind regards
    M. Capka

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