Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Most Common QA Myths – Dilruba Malik Cognitive biases and how they influence software testing – Prashant Hegde Cost of Delay Vs Cost of Poor Quality – Duncan Nisbet Six Ways Testers Can Help Programmers Clean Up Their Acts – Cameron Laird Design Systems and Testability – Michael Battat 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. Assess Quality, Don’t Measure It – James Bach Agile: Walls Dysfunction & People – Pete Walen In uncertain times, product quality is key: 4 ways to amplify QA – Ronald Cummings-John 6 Breakthrough Functional Testing Trends for 2020 – Kevin Dunne How to go from performance tester to performance engineer – Scott Moore Enjoy reading and happy testing!
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!
What? Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is a method of problem-solving used for identifying the root causes of faults or problems. In software testing, it is used to identify the root causes of defects or problems and preventing them rather than treating the symptoms. There are two types of RCA in Software Defects: RCA of appearing defects: To answer the question of why these defects happen during the development phase. RCA of escaped defects: To answer the question of why these defects happen after releasing or promoting…
Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Consumer Driven Contract Testing — A scalable testing strategy for Microservices – Jemma Wells Better behavior-driven development: 4 rules for writing good Gherkin – Andrew Knight Computers can be understood – Nelson Elhage Utilizing Containers to Improve Your Production Outcomes: An Interview with Melissa Benua – Owen Gotimer 13 Software Testing Trends To Look Out For In 2020 – Himanshu Sheth Enjoy reading and happy testing!
Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. As a tester I should not find THESE bugs in the system – Corina Pip Video: Cypress Tutorial for Beginners: Part 1 (Create Your First Test case) – Pramod Dutta Traditional Performance Testing is now Obsolete – A Thought – Arun Kumar Where Sleeping Bugs Lie – Kevin Tuck Bonding with The Art of War Chapter Thirteen – Alan Richardson 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 New Year, everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Why is Shift-Left Security Testing Important? – Joe Colantonio Top Free Security Testing Tools –Taqi Ahmed AI Testing for Video Streaming – Jason Arbon Why Do We Test? What Do Testers Really Do? – Pete Walen Improving Test Data Collection and Management – Michael Stahl Enjoy reading and happy testing!
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!