Beginners Guide for Testing in E-Commerce

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.

4 Expectations from a Leader

The power of a leader does not lie in making great speeches and being perceived as unapproachable; it lies in his/her ability to relate to people's problems and motivate them to find solutions. With this article Vijeta describes her expectations from an effective team leader.

QA and the NoOps model

Going to a NoOps model isn't easy; it can be painful, but everyone needs to understand why you're doing it and the benefits you'll gain. NoOps model helps many organizations remove roadblocks and enable them to move faster, grow quicker, and ensure we're serving our customers the best way we can.

Demystifying Smart Selectors

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?

“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.

How I break the shell with L.I.E.S

"Everyone knows better than me", "There may be tons of articles written on the same topic", "Will people read my article if I also write about the same".. Questions like these lead to writer's block. This article is a brief explanation on how I overcome writers block and those fears.

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