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Aditya Dada

Aditya Dada has been with sun since 2001. He currently works with the Software Quality Engineering Group on Glassfish ensuring quality for Deployment and Application Client Container. He is also one of the architects for automation frameworks used by various teams working on Sun Java Systems Application Server. Along with making test applications, he works on discovering use of new tools, and improving automation. He has a Master in Engineering Degree in Computer Science from Cornell University.


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Using Sun's Virtualization software xVM VirtualBox on MacbookPro for Windows 7 Beta

Posted by aditya_dada on February 5, 2009 at 2:19 PM PST

I got a new Intel-based MacBook Pro the other day and decided to try out Sun's xVM VirtualBox software on Mac OSX to install Windows 7 Beta.
Here are the steps I followed:

  1. Download the software from
  2. Select the default settings while installing.

Selenium-ANT-TestNG (SAT) Framework

Posted by aditya_dada on May 20, 2008 at 10:39 AM PDT


This framework is created using ANT, TestNG and Selenium.
Through this framework, a user is able to create an automated test case which can be run later by executing a single command.

The Future of Testing

Posted by aditya_dada on May 12, 2008 at 1:40 PM PDT

On May 7th, 2008, Varun Rupela and I gave a talk on "The Future of Testing: How Community Engagement Is Changing the Rules" at the JavaONE conference in San Francisco.

Better Software conference

Posted by aditya_dada on July 12, 2006 at 1:57 PM PDT

I recently presented at the Better Software conference in Las Vegas. It was my first time at this conference and I had a great time attending, and presenting there.
I was scheduled to present on the 29th and I arrived at the conference on 28th at lunchtime (now that's one way to start a conference!).

Finding Bugs Made Easy

Posted by aditya_dada on January 26, 2006 at 10:43 AM PST

I was introduced to FindBugsâ„¢ tool in April 2005. I attended professor Bill Pugh's presentation, and walked out impressed. Some of you may have met him at JavaOne in 2004 after his presentation.