Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter #12

    We’re back with the 12th edition of Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter!

    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.

    1. Interview with Sundaresan Krishnaswami 

    Global Tester Series - Interview with Sundaresan Krishnaswami

    The first article in the ‘Global Tester Series’ is an interview with Mr. Sundaresan Krishnaswami, he shares his experience in the Software Testing industry, talks about the common challenges he faced, and much more.

    2. Interview with Pavan Pratap Dara

    Global Tester Series - Interview with Pavan Pratap Dara, Software Testing

    The second article in the ‘Global Tester Series’ is an interview with Mr. Pavan Pratap Dara, check out how he paved his way into testing, what are the upcoming trends in the testing industry according to him, and much more.

    3. Interview with Mahathee D.

    Global Tester Series - Interview with Mahathee D Testing

    The third article in the ‘Global Tester Series’ is an interview with Ms. Mahathee, check out how she paved her way into testing, what are the common challenges she faced over the years, and much more.

    Trending News for this week:

    Virtuoso Automation Hackathon 2021 powered by The Test Tribe Community

    Virtuoso Automation Hackathon powered by The Test Tribe

    Virtuoso Automation Hackathon is a two-day automation Hackathon powered by The Test Tribe. Throughout the hackathon, participants will get the opportunity to compete against hundreds of other automation and testing professionals from around the world to solve interesting web automation challenges.

    Trending Content shared by some amazing writers:


    The Day To Day Of A Software Test Engineer – In this article, Jolivé Hodehou has written about how an ordinary day of a tester looks like on a daily basis.

    7 Principles Of Software Testing – In this article, Ruwanthi Ranasinghe has written about “why people use the seven fundamental principles of testing and how can they help.”

    The Language Testing Triangle – In this article, Markus Voelter has shared the answer to a common question that he often – “how do you test a language?”


    Is Selenium still the right choice for Test Automation? – In this article, Philip Kurian has written about his experience with Selenium which is an open-source tool.

    How we built better automated UI testing at VimeoAndrew Katsikas has revealed some of the practices and tools that Vimeo uses to test their UI.

    Top Android Testing Frameworks You Need to KnowHarish Rajora has prepared a list of 6 Android Testing Frameworks with their pros and cons to help users decide which one is better for them.

    This is how the best Test Automation Platform should be – In this article, Sajitha Pathirana has written about different components that any test automation platform should have.


    curl – API testing made really simple – In this article, Carlos Jasso has given an overview of curl tool which can be used by users for their API testing.

    Testing different types of API’s in Postman – In this article, Subhashini Korrapati has written about some commonly used APIs and how they can be tested in Postman.


    TestNG Introduction – In this article, Vandana Yadav has provided an overview of TestNG which is an open-source automated testing framework.


    $5000 Google IDOR Vulnerability Writeup – In this article, Raidh Ĥere has written about the vulnerability he discovered for which he received $5000 bounty from Google.

    How I Was Able To Send SMS From Google To Anyone | $$$ Google Vulnerability – In this article, Raidh Ĥere has written about another vulnerability he discovered when he received a verification code for Google Merchant Center.

    A Facebook bug that exposes email/phone number to your friendsSaugat Pokharel has explained his quick and easy finding on Facebook which could have caused a user to expose email/phone number to their friends.


    Can we get better? 1% at a time! – In this article, Ajay Balamurugadas has written about improving 1% at a time, consistently across all areas so that together it leads to bigger and significant gain.

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