Some kick ass blog posts from last week #11

Reading Time: 2 minutesHello, here’s the new portion of kick ass blog posts: Software testing isn’t just a set of skills that we all read about in testing books and white papers, there’s a large variety of skills that we primarily don’t relate to testing, but might benefit our testing in a great way. Simon Knight made a great point about it in his post here: 7 Things Awesome Testers do That Don’t Look Like Testing Another great post by Michael Bolton in the […]

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Some kick ass blog posts from last week #10

Reading Time: 2 minutesHey there guys yaaay 10 kick ass blog posts already, I can’t believe I did something 10 times consistently without failing at least once. Here’s the list of posts for this week: Jeff Nyman with a great post about WebDriverJS and the use of call backs and promises, really interesting if you are into JavaScript: WebDriver in JavaScript with Promises Great talk from Test Bash NY 2015 by Keith Klain  on the lessons learned on selling software testing. It is a […]

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Some kick ass blog posts from last week #8

Reading Time: 2 minutesHere’s the new portion of kick-ass blog posts from the last week: Great post by Michael Fritzius on continuous integration and how to prioritize our tests into portions, how to run them separately, in parallel and many other cool stuff: Automate Your Automation Interesting set of advises from Simon Knight on how to leave the comfort zone of being employed and dive into the deep dark waters of being self-employed: You Really Need a Rising Tide to Lift YOUR Boat? and […]

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Some kick ass blog posts from last week #6

Reading Time: 2 minutesHere’s the new portion of kick blog posts from last week: Another great post by T.j. Maher, on his blog post related to the all famous testing pyramid and the different proportions that types of tests have in it, definitely a read you would like to take a look into: Testing Beyond the UI: The Testing Pyramid Problems with UI Tests Loved this post by Paul Takken on Agile as observed in the nature and the lesson we can learn […]

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Outdated testing concepts # 3.

Reading Time: 6 minutesLink to Outdated concept #1 – Anyone can test. Link to Outdated concept #2 – The guardian of quality. This week’s outdated concept in testing will be kind of celebrity in its area, because it created so much confusion, so much excitement at the same time and is so often misused and misunderstood, that it’s probably the best candidate for review in outdated testing concepts and should take its honorable place – automation in testing. Few words before we start… The […]

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Some kick ass blog posts from last week #2.

Reading Time: 2 minutesHello everyone and thanks for the positive feedback from the previous part of this weekly summary, I am really happy the format suits you and really hope it’s useful for you. So, the posts I picked for this week are: This interview with Jerry Weinberg was as awesome as it possibly could, as in everything Jerry Weinberg always provokes thinking and analysis over ones way of testing and general understanding over testings philosophy. I strongly recommend it and one really […]

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Randomize test execution in TestNG to improve test isolation.

Reading Time: 3 minutesRecently I watched this awesome talk by Simon Stewart which is kind of old, but still awesome, since I am quite green yet in the area of test automation or at least the meaningful and useful test automation. In it he used to talk about test isolation and how important it is. In a few words test isolation is the ability of your tests to run in an isolated environment, but also to run separately, non-depending on each other. So, there’s […]

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