Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter #23
We’re back with the 23rd edition of Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter!
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TESTING Rahul has shared some advice on how to impress someone who might be in a hiring position and get opportunities at your door instead of you knocking at random doors every day.
In this article, Numanhan has written about test levels – Unit Testing, Integration Testing, System Testing, and Acceptance Testing.
Asia’s leading software testing conference, QAI STC 2021 concluded on December 9th & 10th, 2021. This article covers all the important takeaways for testers from the conference.
In this article, David has given an overview of Usability Testing, he has also written about the types and benefits of usability testing, and much more.
AUTOMATION Throughout 2021, plenty
of new VS Code extensions were introduced. In this article, Anupam has given an overview of some of these extensions. One of the biggest struggles in learning how to develop top-notch automation is practice. Here’s a list of some demo sites shared by Andrew to practice test automation.
In this article, Kishor has written about which tool should users select from selenium and cypress to automate their UI tests.
It is crucial to employ the correct tools for automated testing. To assist users in selecting the finest automation testing tools in 2022, David has prepared this list of top 10 tools.
API Selecting the optimum tool for API automation testing is a tricky task. In this article, Jisha has written about API testing with Karate framework and who should use it.
In this article, Salih has given an overview of API Versioning, he has also written what is the main idea behind it, how to use it, and how can users integrate it with Swagger.
Organizations must secure their APIs to protect enterprise resources. In this article, Michael has listed 7 best practices that will help ensure an API security testing program is thorough and complete.
TOOLS Tools are essential to get the job done, without losing our minds. In this article, Jim has listed 5 top automation testing tools for 2022.
BDD is a set of practices that aim to reduce some common wasteful activities in software development. Updesh has written about Implementing BDD in Existing TestNG.
SOFTWARE BUGS In this article, Sagar has written about how he was able to access a sensitive file via a 403 forbidden page bypass.
In this article, Ramalingasamy has written about a low severity bug that he discovered accidentally which discloses the source code of the website in the error message.
In this Gnana has written about how he was able to bypass a login page of an e-commerce website and has also written steps to reproduce it.
MISCELLANEOUS Testing is driven by Human Judgements, Observations, Analysis, Heuristics & Biases. However, like any other field, Biases and prejudices can be very risky for Testing. Rahul has shared some so you know about them in advance.
Assertions are the guide sticks in test automation. In this article, Sajitha has written about Soft-Assertions, their advantages, and in what scenarios they fit.
Gaurav recently started his new job at Meta as a Software Engineer. In this article, he breaks down the interview process and has also given preparation tips and resources for similar big tech companies.
Finding quality software testing podcasts can be tough. In this article, the author has written about 5 current software testing podcasts for 2022.
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