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    Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter #43

    We’re back with the 43rd edition of Trending in Testing Weekly Newsletter!

    Trending Software Testing News for this week:

    TestFlix 2022 – Global Software Testing Binge by The Test Tribe

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    TestFlix software testing conference is back again for the 3rd edition on 8th and 9th October this year. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from 60+ global speakers who will be sharing their knowledge and experiences across 14 themes via atomic talks.

    Kobiton Software Test Automation 2022 Survey states that Software Test Automation is on the rise

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    Kobiton has released the findings of a survey they recently conducted on software test automation. A major conclusion is that software testers are relying on test automation more than ever before.

    Mobot launches the first Robot-Powered QA-as-a-Service Testing platform for Mobile Apps

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    Mobot recently announced the launch of its QA-as-a-service Testing platform and also announced that it has raised $12.5 million in Series A funding round which was led by Cota Capital.

    Trending Software Testing Content shared by some amazing writers:

    Testing

    Guide to Mobile Testing by Mohammad Faisal Khatri

    With the technology emerging so fast and the clients demanding the release very often it is necessary to test the application for mobile devices thoroughly. In this article, the author has provided a complete guide to Mobile Testing.

    An Introduction to Python Unit Testing with unittest and pytest by Lorenzo Bonannella

     In this article, Lorenzo has written about how to design unit tests and how to write Python unit tests particular with two of the most used unit testing frameworks in Python, unittest and pytest.

    Quality Matters: How to Continuously Test Your Chatbot by Andie Burjek

    While organizations are exploring chatbots to improve customer interactions, it’s not uncommon for them to overlook quality assurance. In this article, the author has written about why it is necessary to test chat bots, how it can be done, and some common mistakes that should be avoided.

    Automation

    Automated E2E testing with Testcontainers and Selenium by Luiz Gustavo De O. Costa

    End-to-end testing is a methodology that assesses the working order of a complex product in a start-to-finish process.  In this article, the author has written about End to End Testing and how to do it using Testcontainers and Selenium.

    In this article, Olya who is a mobile app tester at hh.ru has listed five most interesting questions that beginner test automation engineers ask during interviews and has also given an answer for them.

    Security

    Is your pentesting program optimized for maximum effectiveness? by Strobes Security

    Penetration testing is a type of security evaluation that evaluates a computer system, network, or software application to uncover security weaknesses. In this article, the author has listed certain tips for effective pentesting.

    5 mistakes to avoid when building DevSecOps by Zbigniew Banach

    Ensuring application security is now a non-negotiable requirement for any organization that builds its own software. In this article, the author has written about 5 Mistakes that should be avoided when building DevSecOps.

    API

    How to Manually Test WebSocket APIs by Andrey Enin

    There are a few features inherent in WebSockets which should be taken into account before starting testing. In this article, Andrey has written about how users can manually test WebSocket APIs.

    Tools

    Role of Low-code/No-code in Digital Transformation by Sowmya Sridharamurthy

    Businesses are closing the digital gap by re-imagining and replacing conventional developmental practices by embracing low-code/No-code tools. In this article, Sowmya has written about the role of Low-code/No-code tools within the transformation curve.

    The era of Low-code/No-code platforms: What you should know? by Pricilla Bilavendran

    We all are witnessing the growth and evolution of low-code/no-code platforms. In this article, Pricilla has written about the current revolution of low-code and no-code platforms/tools and explained everything a tester should know about it.

    8 common mistakes in Cypress (and how to avoid them) by Filip Hric

    There are certain sets of problems that tend to surface repeatedly and in this article Filip has addressed one such problem. He has written about 8 common mistakes in Cypress and how can users avoid them.

    Software Bugs

    The Docathon: How We Identified 1400 Issues In Two Days by Prashant Hegde

    The team at Moengage recently conducted a Docathon which included over 100 participants and out of 2183 bugs that were reported, 1427 were relevant. In this article, Prashant has written about everything you need to know before organizing a Docathon.

    How to Find 1st Bug for Beginner Bounty Hunters (from personal experience) by Brahmavihara

    Bug bounty Hunting is hard and requires quite some effort. In this article, the author has written about some good resources that might make the bug bounty journey easier for people.

    Software Bugs

    Who’s a good tester? by Brijesh Deb

    Becoming a good tester is an ongoing process and cannot happen overnight. In this article, Brijesh has written about how a software tester can actually be a good tester and what all needs to be done in the journey.

    8 Free Software Testing Courses to Improve your Skills by Agilitest

    Skill development has always been crucial, but recent events have increased the stakes. In this article, Agilitest has selected a list of 8 free software testing courses that will help you improve your testing and software development skills.


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