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
Maybe you noticed that our blog was down during more than a week. It was “hacked and then stopped by ourself. Someone malicious decided to use it in order to redirect any incoming request to a website that is probably earning money depending on traffic.
So welcome back to lyontesting.fr and let’s not lose good habits by sharing with you a few reading recommendations.
- A False Dichotomy of Modern Testing by Jeff Nyman
- Continuous Security with Find-Sec-Bugs by Sławomir Radzymiński
- The mobile release train by Daniel Knott
Back from holidays, it’s time to share with you a new list of reading recommendations. This week, we’ll cover the following subjects:
- Testers in an Agile environment and why it’s wrong to pretend being agile with no testers in the team
- Mindful Testing
- Make a technical debt payment plan