Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter #14
We’re back with the 14th 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 The world of Testing has been evolving in various ways: shift-left, shift-right, test in production, among others. This article covers the true changes coming with Continuous Testing.
This article is an overview of Agile Methodologies and talks about what is agile, the role of QA in agile, the principles of agile testing, and more.
Shifting right enables an organization to focus on the actual user experience in production. This article talks about how to implement shift-right with maximum value and minimal effort.
AUTOMATION This article covers why automation reports should be hosted in GitHub pages, the benefits of hosting reports in GitHub pages, and how can it be done.
In this article, Roselyne has given an overview of Test Automation as a career, she has also covered what test automation jobs are like, what can people do to get started on a career in test automation, and more.
API In this article, Pricilla has written about Postman Supernova program and has also shared her journey and experiences as a Postman Supernova.
TOOLS In any conversation about Test Automation, Selenium will come up. In this article, Balazs has listed 9 advantages of test automation if done with Selenium.
In this article, Ignacio has given an overview of End-to-End Testing and also tries to convince readers to use Cypress over Selenium
In this article, Ivana has listed 5 tools that every QA Manual Tester should know about, she has also given an overview of each tool.
SOFTWARE BUGS In this article, he has written about his recent finding on Host Header injection which he was able to find in the BugCrowd private program.
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