Below you find the top 10 of the most popular articles on software testing in the last week.
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But, we didn't know how difficult it was to find a suitable venue in Cambridge that would tick all of our main boxes, such as: central with good transport links, fully accessible with plenty of space for everyone to move around comfortably and with the number of rooms we need to put all the different format of sessions. We will be taking over all the venues in this historical Grade-II listed building, over a hundred years old, located in one of the city's most iconic areas, the Stanley Dock.
by Ministry of Testing
Wednesday 23 November
Reading time: short
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This blog post contains an example of how to get the chrome dev tools runtime performance metrcs: https://addyosmani.com/blog/puppeteer-recipes/ The node app that you have created with puppeteer can be deployed to the platform that your team uses and scheduled to run however often you require. Geckoboard dashboards can contain a range of visualisations and can be sent to either a Slack channel or an email address on a schedule or displayed on a TV.
by TestAndAnalysis
Tuesday 22 November
Reading time: medium
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As a software delivery group, including testers and development, it is part of our job to define the set of criteria that marks all processes we regard as necessary to say we are done. E2e tests are meant to be happy path scenarios, because of their nature it's easy to write low complexity confirmatory checks, the boundary is thin, so be careful!
by Mr. Slavchev
Friday 25 November
Reading time: long
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The disappearance of Test Managers and the absorption of software testers into Agile teams run the risk of sacrificing product quality in favour of development at speed. Typically, the test manager would assign tasks, keep on top of progress through meetings, review and approve estimates, and provide technical guidance.
by Inspired Testing
Monday 21 November
Reading time: medium
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However, I firmly believe the for God's sake, don't deploy on Friday attitude on most development and testing teams is the wrong one to foster in an organization if you want to build a high-quality application. We have tons of excellent tools nowadays that make it dead simple to automate the build and deployment process, from Jenkins to AWS CodePipeline to CircleCI and countless others.
by Dev Tester
Monday 21 November
Reading time: long
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Of course it is still subject to further change still, but as outlined by the team in the linked post, the major changes to the current beta version of the low code API workflow feature called Flows are:- - Massively simplified list of blocks, probably around 50% are left (those that didn't make the cut include Test Summary, Create Durables and Conditionsblocks to name a few) - Back by popular demand, the return of the Startbutton - don't call it a comeback! To my mind it looks a lot more technical (and therefore a bit more scary for a new user to pick up) this way, so I'm hopeful that with plenty of feedback the team can continue to make the experience simpler.
by Beth The Tester's Tales
Tuesday 22 November
Reading time: short
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Unveiling Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 For Mobile App Testing Salman Khan Posted On: November 23, 2022 253 Views 5 Min Read Hey LambdaTesters! By doing this, you can ensure a quality web & mobile experience by performing manual and automated app testing on the latest Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4.
by LambdaTest
Wednesday 23 November
Reading time: medium
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Selenium Grid lets you push out multiple tests simultaneously, taking control of hundreds or thousands of remote web browsers on real or virtual machines. It's a better fit for many enterprise organizations, uses a different payment model that might suit larger QA teams, and does a great job slotting into the CI / CD cycle.
by Ultimate QA
Tuesday 22 November
Reading time: long
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Even if I didn't get out on the water like Tina, it was brilliant to be at an in-person conference again, with the time and space and atmosphere and context to really talk to people about the presentations, about themselves, about their work, and about all the software testing things. After the tour through his backstory we explored an application using FEW HICCUPPS as a guide, and then discussed what we'd found.Innovation Ninja, was describing strategies she uses to help boost creativity and collaboration in her teams: keep people informed and create safe spaces to have constructive conversations about how everyone feels, and why.
by Hiccupps
Sunday 20 November
Reading time: medium
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Different features of JIRA - Scrum and Kanban boards - Roadmaps - Bug and issue tracking - Agile reporting - Custom workflows. - Audit logs - Over 3000 app integrations Advantages of JIRA - It is a bug-tracking tool that allows software developers to plan, track and work faster.
by QACraft
Tuesday 22 November
Reading time: medium