Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Claude Shannon on Creative Thinking – Alan Richardson True Observability Needs High-Cardinality – Pierre Vincent Airbnb’s Monorepo Journey To Quality Engineering – Antoine Craske Even programming languages have bugs! – Balaji Santhanagopalan Engage the Whole Team Early! – Lisa Crispin, Janet Gregory Enjoy reading and happy testing!
Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. 34 Years in Testing – James Bach Has DevOps killed the BA/QA/DBA Roles? – Adam Hughes A New Experiential Exploratory Testing Exercise on focusing feedback to own application – Maaret Pyhäjärvi Cross Browser Testing With WebDriverIO [Tutorial] – Rahul Jain 8 Steps to Enter the World of DevOps – Sumon Dey Enjoy reading and happy testing!
In the software testing world, you may or may not aware of using techniques or models to help your testing more effectively and efficiently. Sometimes, you may not know what you should test first, whether or not your testing coverage is good enough, your test design is comprehensive or not, to name a few. A lot of questions come into your mind with curiosity from your manager/leader about your testing. In this post, I am trying to collect Test Heuristics in Mnemonics from testing experts…
Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Devising A UI Test Plan That Works Like A Charm – Harish Rajora How Do You Catch More Bugs In Your End-To-End Tests? – James Lamberti Do We All Need To Become SDITS? – Callum Akehurst-Ryan 60 great resources for performance engineering teams – Joe Colantonio 5 Steps to Getting Started with Risk-Based Testing – Shawn Jaques Enjoy reading and happy testing!
Long time to see you again. Hopely we overcome the Coronavirus epidemic – Covid-19 quickly and safely. As usual, here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Would Heu-Risk It? Part 1: Introduction – Lena Wiberg A QA interview exercise – read code in different languages – Arunkumar Muralidharan 5 Key Elements for Designing a Successful Dashboard – Nels Hoenig Develop your Superpower at work with effective communication skills – Rob Lambert API Testing in Python: requests vs bravado – Yuliya Exploratory…
Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Email Testing – Why It’s Important & What Should You Test? – Jithin Nair Load Testing and the Requests per Second Curve – Steve Smith A Question of Time – Kristin Jackvony Code Coverage vs Test Coverage; Which Is Better? – Himanshu Sheth How To Write Great Acceptance Criteria – Adam Knight How I Test – Alan Richardson Enjoy reading and happy testing!
Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Language can teach us about usability – Bob Most Exhaustive XPath Locators Cheat Sheet – Anton Angelov exploringMindMaps.part1 – Amanda Delatorre 17 Excuses Every Website Tester Should Get Rid Of Immediately -Veethee Dixit I finally realized, all of this time… – Chris Armstrong Enjoy reading and happy testing!