Here’s the new portion of kick blog posts from last week:
- Alister Scott wrote a really useful post about testing email with cool tool called Mailsaur, if you ever wondered how to do that, you might wanna take a look at his blog:
Testing email in e2e tests with Mailosaur
- Interesting article by Maaike Brinkhof on the anchoring effect bias in testing. I’d say the post is really thought-provoking and interesting to read:
MAAIKE BRINKHOF Mapping Biases To Testing: The Anchoring Effect
- Awesome post by Rich Rogers on software testing terminology and in particular – functional and non-functional testing, two terms which carried ambiguous meanings for a long time.
Functional or non-functional: does it really work?
- Another interesting post by Bas Dijkstra on checking your checks and mutation testing – a concept that was new to me and made me research a little bit more about it. You can review the post here:
Do you check your automated checks?
- Knowing protocols and basic technologies in web is something that I always strongly recommended, that’s why I really liked that post from T.J. Maher on the history and basics of the REST API, strongly recommended to anyone who wants to develop strong IT domain knowledge:
Introduction to REST APIs
- Another pro Selenium tips portion from Anton Angelov with the 2nd part of his post Advanced Webdriver tips and tricks:
10 Advanced WebDriver Tips and Tricks Part 2
Some other roundup series:
- Automate the planet’s compelling Sunday.
- Java testing weekly #7
- Five blogs 19 Feb 2016
- Testing curator – Testing Bits – 2/7/16 – 2/13/16
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No clue how you found my blog, but thank you for always reading it and commenting about it!
Hi Victor, great round of posts there. I could not find a contact section on the blog so thought of reaching out via this comment. Would you be interested in covering my latest post in your next roundup – I am sure it is a wonderful resource for your readers and that they will love it 🙂
The link is – http://quicksoftwaretesting.com/useful-google-chrome-extensions-testing-software/
Thanks for the comment!
Thank you for the kind words and congratulations for the great job. Unfortunately, I’d say no. Normally, I don’t link blog posts on request, and in fact I came up your post, before you wrote that comment, but I don’t think it is what I am looking for to add in this series.
Thanks for the suggestion.
Thanks Viktor for your comment and I can understand you have your own reasons for the decision. 🙂