Tag: Testing Methodology

My Week’s Favorites – August 11, 2019

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads and videos to make your weekend better. How to start solving problems in the QA profession – Alexander Todorov 6 Reasons Automation Projects Fail [article] – Raj Subramanian CommuTication: Moving Ideas with Words – Damian Synadinos How Do You Prevent Regression Defects? – Mihaela Sfat Self Verifying Data – Testing without an Oracle – Noel Nyman Enjoy reading and happy testing!

My Week’s Favorites – August 4, 2019

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting posts to make your weekend better.  17 Excuses Every Website Tester Should Get Rid Of Immediately – Veethee Dixit Real Devices vs. Emulators for Reliable Mobile App Testing – Victoria Bezsmolna API Testing: One Request, Sixteen Assertions – Kristin Jackvony Verifying entire API responses – Angie Jones Concentrate on Testability: Testers, Please Speak to the Developers! – Louise Gibbs Bug heuristics of on-screen keyboards Bugs on a Keyboard: Testing IRL Part 3 – Cassandra H. Leung  …

My week’s favorities – July 14, 2019

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Dealing with a Test Automation Bottleneck –  Michael Stahl Invest effort on robust tests Be aware of the long test, try to optimize execution time Define up front how much test time each test team gets on the system 22 Practical Tips To Test Automation With Selenium WebDriver – Himanshu 7 pitfalls that could ruin your app testing cycle – Julia Pottinger Testing without understanding requirements Not time-boxing exploratory testing Not…

This week’s favorities – June 2, 2019

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Discover Long Feedback Loop – Johanna Rothman Separate Iterations Created Delays Large Stories Created Product Owner Delayed Feedback Interruptions Created Delays Long Feedback Loops are a System Problem Abuse Cases – Understanding Motives – Louise Gibbs Abuse Cases vs. Use Cases Creating Abuse Cases Unintended Consequences Applications are more than just code – Matt Long Learning the ecosystem Broad skills are valuable too Ops opportunities for testers How to Know What to…