Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter #39

    We’re back with the 39th edition of Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter!

    Trending Software Testing News for this week:

    Google patches new Chrome zero-day vulnerability exploited in attacks

    Google patches new Chrome zero-day vulnerability, Trending in Testing, Software Testing News, Photo by PhotoMIX Company

    Google has issued Chrome 103.0.5060.114 for Windows people to fix a high-severity zero-day vulnerability that has been targeted in the wild by hackers. This is the fourth such bug discovered in the company’s browser software this year.

    IoT Testing Market Anticipated to Touch USD 642.5 Billion at a CAGR of 32.3% by 2030 – Report by Market Research Future

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    The IoT testing market is experiencing rapid revenue growth. According to Market Research Future (MRFR), the IoT Testing Market is expected to hit USD 642.5 billion by 2030, growing at a 32.3 percent CAGR over the forecasted period (2021-2030).

    WeWork India fixes Bug that exposed visitors’ personal information

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    Sandeep Hodkasia, a security researcher, has stated that WeWork, a flexible workplace provider, apparently leaked the private data and pictures of thousands of users who went to its co-working spaces in the nation.

    Trending Software Testing Content shared by some amazing writers:


    When Do You Opt for Manual Software Testing over Automated Testing? by Dapheny Murphy

    Manual software testing may lack the speed-of-signal appeal of automation, but it provides qualitative responses that lead to innovation and satisfied users. In this article, the author has written about when Manual testing can be preferred over Automation testing.

    Why Manual Testing Is Going To Prevail The Industry by Arnab Roy Chowdhury

    In the new age of automation testing, manual testing is being framed as unnecessary and a waste of manpower. However, the value of manual testing can never be underestimated and this article talks about why Manual Testing will prevail.

    Six Challenges Of Managing A Software Testing Project And How To Solve Them by Nadya Knysh

    Managing a QA project is difficult, especially when a large team is working from different locations and time zones. In this article, Nadya has written about the most typical process challenges and has offered techniques to mitigate them.


    Tips for successful debugging of automation tests by Andrii Baidachenko

    In this article, the author has shared a set of simple techniques that he uses personally to make the debugging of automation tests as smooth as possible.

    How to Develop a Test Automation Strategy by Prashant Hegde

    Test Automation is considered to be one of the biggest promoters of agility. In this article, Prashant has discussed an intelligent Test Automation strategy that can help users prevent common Test Automation failures.

    No Code v/s Low Code: What’s the Difference by WEM APAC

    With the internet booming with information on various low code no-code platforms, it becomes a daunting task for organizations to choose either. In this article, the author has written about the difference between No Code and Low Code.

    One Test Automation Scenario Interview Question that Most Candidates Failed by Zhimin Zhan

    In this article, the author has written about one such Test Automation scenario interview question that no one was able to answer and has also shared the explanation behind the question.


    7 Common Internet of Things (IoT) Attacks that Compromise Security by EasyDMARC

    These days the Internet of Things or IoT phenomenon is expanding its presence swiftly. In this article, Knarik has written about 7 common Internet of Things attacks that compromise security.

    Security testing using Selenium and OWASP ZAP by Nigel Mulholland

    Security testing is an integral part of software testing, which is used to discover the risks or threats in the software application. In this article, Nigel has written about how to do Security Testing using Selenium and OWASP ZAP.


    API Testing with Rest Assured by Didem TEMEL

    Rest Assured is a technology that allows users to write our API tests in Java. In this article, Didem has shared her experience with API testing with Rest Assured.


    A Complete Guide For Your First TestNG Automation Script by Deeksha Agarwal

    TestNG is a Java testing framework that can be used to drive the Selenium Automation script. In this article, Deeksha has written a step-by-step method to assist users with their first automation test script.

    Why Selenium Grid Is Ideal For Automated Browser Testing by Himanshu Sheth

    Selenium is by far considered to be the ‘crown prince’ of test automation frameworks. In this article, Himanshu has written about how useful Selenium Grid is and has also covered some of the core benefits of using Selenium Test Automation.

    Test UI in Isolation With Playwright by Ignacio Martin

    Component testing is a technique that allows us to test software in isolation without integrating each part. Ignacio has written about how to do UI Component Testing with the new feature released by Playwright.

    Software Bugs

    “I’ve tested everything, there are no bugs” by Gareth Waterhouse

    “Have you tested everything? Are there any bugs?” – A common question for all the testers. In this article, Gareth has written about why “Safety Language” is so important in Software Testing.

    Software Bugs

    17 Excuses Every Website Tester Should Get Rid Of Immediately by Veethee Dixit

    Errors are unavoidable, no matter how minor they are. In this article, Veethee has highlighted the major excuses that she made as a tester and she wants other testers to forget about them.

    Some common mistakes at QA interview by Alexey Anisimov

    In this article, the author has tried to point out some of the most common mistakes that are made by quality assurance engineers during interviews.

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