The cave of the testing troll

Tor browser proxy for specific country.

Reading Time: 3 minutesRecently, I had a task for testing some country specific features and I found out that there’s a limited amount of free services to set up a proxy for a predefined country. Mostly, people use proxies, because they don’t want to have their IPs from a specific country, due to country regulations and so on, […]

WordPress docker container on your local PC.

Reading Time: 5 minutesI have been thinking this for a long time, but I didn’t have the time to realize it, but now I am done with it and I wanted to share my progress. Since the Linux containers is the next huge thing in administering test environments I really wanted to make a copy my blog locally […]

Learning Linux as a tester.

Reading Time: 5 minutesI’ve been a Linux user for a while and I’ve been a tester for a while and I always thought that the two are basically connected and since I am mostly testing in Linux environment right now I decided to state publicly my opinion on why learning Linux is vital for testers and how they […]

How to extract links from XML file using Linux grep

regular expression

Reading Time: 4 minutesRecently I had offered a colleague of mine to provide her with all links to blogs I follow so she could read them, too. It was easier said than done. Needles to say, is very friendly in this case and provides you with an option to export all blogs you follow. You simply have […]