Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter #13
We’re back with the 13th 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.
Trending News for this week:
Trending Content shared by some amazing writers:
TESTING Testing techniques allow processing requirements and can be divided into the black box, white box, and experience-based techniques. This article introduces all the techniques along with a major emphasis on black box.
This article is a reflection of his 2-year journey with specific emphasis on the shift left. It also shows how working has advanced from 2 years back and how things have reached this stage.
It’s important to rigorously test any new software because it improves IT security. This article explains the definition, objectives, and how a test plan can be created.
AUTOMATION He has written about why simple and yet powerful scripting is the way to success in test automation and has also shared his opinion on test scripts in several languages.
He has prepared a list of 101 assertions that users can add to their test automation scenarios to increase their coverage.
She has shared some helpful tips for cross-browser testing which can help users decide which cross-browser test cases are ideal for automation.
TOOLS He has demonstrated how users can easily create End-to-end tests using the right frameworks like Cypress and Cucumber which can help in catching bugs before deploying.
This article covers how users can write end-to-end tests for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox using Microsoft’s Playwright.
SOFTWARE BUGS In this write-up and he shares how he was able to find a vulnerability using Google Dorks which got him $400 in 5 mins.
In this write-up, he has shared his story about how a small change helped him get $250 in security research from Bugcrowd.
MISCELLANEOUS Lack of testability has always been a crucial flaw. In this article, he has listed 5 steps that his team used to improve testability in software engineering.
In this article, he has provided a list of 5 blogs that changed the way he worked and enabled him to continually learn as a Software Test Engineer.
Here he has shared about his QA journey along with some mistakes he made and has also provided some tips for new people so they can avoid making similar mistakes.
This article talks about why the qualities and the skill set of a software tester are unique and what differentiates them from all the others.
In this article, she has written about her day-to-day life as a QA, how it has been interesting for her to switch to 100% remote working, and the challenges that came with it.
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