Regression testing is always an integral part of any software development life cycle. If we plan, design and strategise our testing well before, we can definitely achieve less painful and better coverage in regression testing during sprints as well as in final release. Our Synapse Dhanalaxmi shares about Regression Testing strategy in sprint.
Study notes on Test Automation University Course "Scaling Tests with Docker" by Carlos Kidman. Notes are prepared by Rahul Parwal, Apoorva Ram & Himani Yadav
Study notes on Test Automation University Course "The Whole Team Approach to Continuous Testing" by Elisabeth Hocke. Notes are prepared by Rahul & Apoorva
E-commerce experienced a huge growth spurt as a result of the Corona pandemic. Many small, specialized stores were created as a result. The resources for operating such stores are often limited and quality assurance is often neglected. This guide shows how to achieve high quality in e-commerce with very limited resources.
Bugs in programming languages? We may not have thought about it deeply. Our Synapse Balaji, shares about his learning experience about bugs in programming languages and how it could help testers.
A test plan outlines the approach for testing a specific feature before it is delivered to the customer. There are folks who take a different approach to creating test plans depending on factors like business needs, based on automation frameworks available and the metrics to be measured. By considering Netflix subscription and cancellation as an example I am sharing my thought process for creating a test plan.
The rise of test automation is being driven by a wide variety of technologies designed to make automation more robust and efficient. The term smart selector occurs repeatedly in this context. In this article, I take a look at the technology behind this term.
“Do testers read research papers?” And “if yes, what type of research papers do they read?” “Why do they think it is important?” “why doesn't someone think it as important”, this article is based on few observations based on the responses of a LinkedIn post about testing and research papers.