We’re back with the 11th edition of Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter!
On 9th September we had Tester’s Day. More than 73 years ago, Grace Hopper, a computer scientist at Harvard University found a genuine little moth between the contacts of the electromechanical relay when se was testing the Mark II Calculator. Check out the full story behind World Tester’s Day.
To commemorate World Tester’s Day, we at “Trending in Testing” have started an initiative “Global Tester Series”. As a part of this initiative, we have interviewed some amazing Software Testers and we will be sharing their responses with our community.
The first article in the series is an interview with Sundaresan Krishnaswami.
Stay tuned for the next interviews in the series.
Trending Content shared by some amazing writers:
Here is a list of some featured software testing blogs that were were published recently by some amazing writers. Thanks to all for sharing their content and knowledge with others in the Testing Community.
1. From a Test Case Follower to Becoming Context-Driven – In this article, Trevor Malgas has shared his thoughts on how becoming context-driven has helped him improve his testing.
2. The Automated UI Testing Methodology You Need To Try – In this article Paul Grenier, shares his thoughts on writing automated tests and how his new workflow has helped him.
3. Communication for testers (and everyone else) – In this article, Marine Lacourie has written generally about communication but has given emphasis on the role of communication for software testers.
4. Evil Mudslinging against Selenium WebDriver – In this article, Zhimin Zhan has written about some Mudslingings that he has heard about Selenium WebDriver.
5. I earned over 4000 euro’s following this simple methodology – In this article, Thexssrat has given a practical demonstration of Web Application Hacking, various web vulnerabilities, and how to hunt them.
6. What Makes a Good Automated Test? – In this article, Kristin Jackvony has listed 6 important qualities that all automated tests should have.
7. Step by step guide to becoming a technical tester – In this article, Nicola Lindgren has written a step-by-step guide on how to become a technical tester.
8. Applying agile principles to automation projects – In this article, David Tzemach has written about how agile teams can make use of agile values during an automation project.
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