Building effective teams is a necessity for every testing leader today. In this article, Prashant has written about some ideas that will help leaders to maximize their team’s engagement and productivity.
Scriptless Test Automation enables testers and business users to automate test cases without worrying about the coding. In this article, Prachi shows why Scriptless testing is trending and what are it’s advantages.
In the field of data science and machine learning (ML), there is a great opportunity to study and expand the possibilities of testing and assessing quality. This article is an overview of ML Testing and Why is it required in Data Science Careers?
Cyber attacks and data breaches are at an all-time high, so the damage they do can be irrevocable. In this article, Mic has given an overview of Security Testing and has also listed some important security testing practices that testers should keep in mind.
The test pyramid is a model first put into print by Mike Cohn in his book Succeeding with Agile. The general idea that the pyramid tries to get across is that the testing strategy should be built on a strong foundation of Unit tests, as these are generally quick, deterministic and relatively simple.
In this article, Gerie has written about test scenarios, including their direct connection with test cases, how to develop effective test scenarios that accelerate QA processes and the role they play in determining which tests are sensible targets for automation.
Automation skills are essential for IT professionals these days. Check out this article to find the list of seven specific aspects of automation – some technical, others not so much – that are in particularly high demand in 2022.
API testing automation is a process of automating the API testing process. In this article, the author has given and overview of API Testing Automation and has listed 9 tips for the implementation of the same.
In this article, the author has written about a nine-year-old unpatched security vulnerability in the Horde Webmail software that could be abused to gain complete access to email accounts simply by previewing an attachment.
Building a minimum viable product (MVP) has become a standard practice in the two decades. Read this article to learn what mistakes can both a client and a contractor encounter when developing an MVP, and how to avoid them.
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