Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter #20
We’re back with the 20th edition of Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter!
Trending News for this week:
Trending Content shared by some amazing writers:
In this article, the author has written about how users can expand their existing test suite for multiple countries.
In this article, Kelly has introduced user story kick-off practice that helps larger teams to align on more complex features, and in turn increase quality output.
In this article, Pratik who has been working in Test Automation for 10 years has shared some lessons that have been a guiding force for him everyday.
In this article, Gilad has written about how he got interested in API and what were the problems he faced with Schoology API and has also provided a solution for them.
In this article, the author has given an overview of Applitools Eyes, he has also listed its features, how users can set up a Cypress project with Applitools Eyes, and more.
In this article, the author has provided a step-by-step guide about how users can create readable tests with Cypress, Cucmber and TypeScript.
In this article, the author has written about how they worked with one of their partners in identifying and fixing vulnerabilities in their product.
In this article, the author has written about XSS with Markdown. The article talks about how users can Exploit xss via Markdown.
In this article, the author has written about some linux tricks that bug bounty hunters normally use while hacking.
In this article, Deep has written about his finding on hackerone private program which fetched him a bug bounty of $600.
In this article, Amarpreet has provided a complete review of Certified Penetration Testing Professional (CPENT) certification and has also explained how it can boost your career.
For all those interested in making a career in cybersecurity, this article demonstrates which cybersecurity certification is best for you and how you can choose the right one.
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