Here we are with our first reading recommendations of this year. A perfect time to wish you a happy Testing year, hoping that all your wishes will come true. The 3 things we wanted to share with you are the following:
- Parking meters are rejecting credit cards in Y2K-Type Glitch:
- It is time to get serious about software testing in the 2020’s: Postmodern
- Automation learning
Dear readers, it’s not easy to find time for reading and improve our tester skills. Hopefully, we try to gather a few articles that have a certain interest if you are in a continuous improvement process. This week, we share with you these 3 subjects around automation:
- Writing Good Gherkin Enables Good Test Automation
- UI Test Automation Frameworks Showdown: TestCafé versus Nightwatch.js
- Beyond Page Objects: Next Generation Test Automation with Serenity and the Screenplay Pattern
Welcome to our new reading recommendations!
Today topics bring us back to school with basic software testing techniques:
- A Far-West with “The regular, the blank and the error”
- Always test these 5 conditions
- Example for Domain testing and the ‘Counterstrings’ tip
- Write better bug titles
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.…