Lots of companies don’t have any Testing or QA Team, and in DevOps environment, most of them are thinking about adding a new role to start a new project for test automation. Maybe that you already have some unit tests, integration tests or service tests that are executed on your CI, and these have for sure been written by developers.
But what is the strategy behind that? Are these tests really relevant and useful? Are they passing all the time and not ignored? Do you need a new team to manage these test activities or is the actual team with no dedicated tester enough? And finally what are all these roles including “Developers in Test” in the name?…
For this new interview, we have the pleasure of introducing
you a very specific profile, Stephen Janaway.
Stephen evolved from various testing-focused roles, such as
test manager or test coach, to different positions whose testing is only a part of the iceberg, such as delivery manager.
‘Leaving’ testing if you move towards a different role ?
At least, not exactly. Stephen shares his vision with us.…
Recruiting for a new hire, or finding a new job of your own, has never been easy. It becomes even more difficult when your profession is poorly known and often ill considered.
If you read blogs or magazines dedicated to software testing then you have probably encountered some of the common misconceptions about testing: that testing is mostly a repetitive and boring task, that testers are solely responsible for errors on production servers, that everything can be automated and therefore the job of the tester will disappear, that testers are unskilled developers, etc.
Today, let’s talk about Man in the Middle method that allows anyone to track any traffic sent and received by a smartphone or a browser on your computer. Sometimes, you cannot put the data you want in your application, but if you can modify content received by a browser or an application just before sending it to the smartphone, then you have a very convenient way to test with on-demand data.
This is what I will explain in this article with a practical example.…
Lyon Testing is wishing you a thrilling and happy new year.
Here are three reading recommendations for this first edition:
- Top software testing trends to follow in 2019
- Leveraging Machine Learning to Predict Test Coverage
- How to Slow Down to Go Faster Than Ever in Software Development