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    Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter #40

    We’re back with the 40th edition of Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter!

    Trending Software Testing News for this week:

    Microsoft Edge gets hit with the same Security bug that invaded Google Chrome

    Microsoft Edge gets hit with the same Google Chrome bug, Trending in Testing, Software Testing News, Photo from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/edge

    Microsoft has recently released an update for Microsoft Edge, the latest update fixes a severe security vulnerability that might enable skilled attackers to run arbitrary code. This is a critical fix since hackers are actively using the exploit to target unprotected users.

    Melius Cyber raises £350k for SME security testing software

    Melius Cyber raises £350k for SME security testing software, Trending in Testing, Software Testing News, Photo from https://meliuscyber.com/

    Melius Cyber, a cybersecurity firm that has built automated software to assist SMEs in detecting flaws in their IT systems, has raised £350,000 from the North East Venture Fund and is backed by the European Regional Development Fund.

    Bobidi Raises $5.8 Million to Build Global Bug Bounty Platform for AI Models

    Bobidi Raises $5.8 Million, Trending in Testing, Software Testing News, Photo from https://www.bobidi.com/

    Bobidi, an AI model testing platform, recently announced that it has raised $5.8 million in seed funding from Meta, Scrum Ventures, Y Combinator, We Ventures, Atlas Pac Capital, New Product Experimentation (NPE), Hyundai Motors Group ZER01NE, Lotte Ventures, and angel investors.

    Trending Software Testing Content shared by some amazing writers:

    Testing

    Improve Test Planning with a Product Blueprint by Robbie Falck

    Remembering edge cases on the spot can be a difficult task for any software tester. In this article, Robbie has written about a product blueprint that has helped him a lot.

    How To Write Test Cases and Test Scripts For QA Testing by Justin Bailey

    One of the most important parts of the test plan creation and testing life cycle, in general, is writing test cases. In this article, Justin has demonstrated how to write test cases and test scripts for QA Testing.

    Independent Software QA Testing Services: How To Find A Good Partner by Thanh Pham

    Software Testing is extremely critical for the success of the entire software development project and the quality of the finished product. In this article, the author has shared how people can find a good company for independent software QA testing services.

    Production Testing – What’s New About It? by Venkat Ramakrishnan

    These days, there’s a lot of talk about Software Testing in production, observability, test automation, continuous delivery, etc. In this article, Venkat has written about what’s new in Production Testing.

    Automation

    Road of change: QA Manual to Automation path by Kostiantyn Teltov

    In this article, Kostiantyn has written about how users can switch from Manual to Automation, what should be their first step, what mistakes he made in his journey from Manual to Automation tester, and much more.

    Where do we use cy.wrap() command in Cypress Test by Niluka Sripali Monnankulama

    In her previous article, Niluka had written about the basic idea of ​​the Cypress cy.wrap() command. In this article, she has written about how and where to use this with a few examples.

    5 Incredibly Useful KPIs for Test Automation by Prashant Hegde

    Test Automation brings speed, efficiency, reliability, and replicability to Software Testing. In this article, Prashant has listed 5 useful KPIs for test automation.

    Security

    Why You Still Need Dynamic Application Security Testing by Charlotte Freeman

    According to the Forrester report, “The State of Application Security, 2022,” applications rank first as the most common attack vector for hackers. In this article, Charlotte has written about why dynamic application security testing is still needed.

    Penetration Testing Vs Vulnerability Scanning: What’s the Difference? by Phil Guerin

    To avoid cyber security risks most businesses turn to either penetration testing or vulnerability scanning. In this article, Phil has written about what exactly penetration testing and vulnerability scanning mean and what’s the difference between the two.

    Top 5 Hacking Books, Must Read by Surendra Pander

    Reading books provides a lot of value. In this article, Surendra has listed 10 hacking books that every hacker should read.

    API

    Tip: Conversion Your Postman Collections to Jmeter Scripts Easily by Berkay Kırmızıoğlu

    In this article, Berkay has shared an important tip with users to let them know how they can migrate their requests for Postman and Jmeter users.

    Frustrations of API Testing by Nishant Mishra

    API Testing tends to become frustrating every now and then. Nishant has written about the biggest API Testing issues that testers face by sharing the stories and comments of developers.

    Rest API Load Testing Using JMeter by Swati Pandharkar

    The Apache JMeter is an open-source tool based on Java used to perform load testing and performance testing. In this article, Swati has written about how to do basic load testing of Rest API using Apache JMeter.

    Tools

    Can automated test tools eliminate QA? by Mary Shacklett

    As users continue to look for ways to shorten application development timeframes, automating large portions of QA seems to be a promising solution. Mary has addressed the question “Can automated test tools eliminate QA?”

    Software Bugs

    Is Software Testing easier than Software Development? by Andrea Veronica Mendoza

    Many people have the perspective that Software Testing is easier than Software Development. In this article, Andrea has listed certain things that she experienced after she switched to software testing.

    What’s the quality of your product? by Dan Ashby

    “What’s the quality of your product?” is a common question that all the testers hear. In this article, Dan has written about what actually the answer to this question is.


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