Software Testing Articles: Load Testing, Unit Testing, Functional Testing

How to Write Automated Tests Correctly?

September 13, 2021 0

Test automation is an important asset of software development teams, especially for Agile teams that have a limited amount of time to perform software testing activities. This article shares some tips to improve your automated test writing practices.

Best Features to Look for in API Testing Tools

August 27, 2021 1

Testing is an important activity of the deployment an API. This article shares some tips on how to choose an API testing tool with the right features for your organization requirements of your APIs as well as your business processes.

Minimizing Risks in QA Outsourcing

August 16, 2021 2

You have to assess the risks and the benefits of every decision you make in software testing and quality assurance. In this article, Sandra Parker explains how to minimize the risks of outsourcing your software QA activities.

Pitfalls and Anti-Patterns of the Test Pyramid

July 14, 2021 0

The test pyramid is a concept invented in 2012 by Martin Fowler and defined as “a way of thinking about how different kinds of automated tests should be used to create a balanced portfolio.” The Test Pyramids is a common way to define and structure your test strategy, to organize the different test techniques, tools, and to manage the test automation effort.

Documentation Used by Software QA Engineers

June 8, 2021 0

If you work as a software quality assurance (QA) engineer, you have to deal with many documents that are not all produced during software testing activities. This article lists the documentation that is important for software QA engineers, like the product requirements document or the user guide.

Selenium Drag and Drop Bug Workaround

May 10, 2021 0

Have you ever met a widely known Selenium issue that drag and drop gesture doesn’t work for Selenium in some cases? This bug has been around for years and Dmitrii Bormotov will tell you how to resolve it, especially in just a few lines of code if you use Python.

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