Welcome to the 14th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!
According to Jerry Weinberg, “What is adequate quality to one person may be inadequate quality to another.” Truer words have never been written, especially in the context of software development. More often than not, testers find themselves at odds with developers, product managers, designers, and other project stakeholders. As the end product starts to gain recognition, quality standards get higher and product scrutiny goes deeper. Yet the questions remain-
Who owns up to those quality standards? Whose quality is it anyway?
We try to answer these very foundational questions about quality in this edition. We also talk about the best GitHub repos, automated testing, API specifications, parameterized tests, Big Data analytics tools and much more!
Here’s a whole bunch of good reads that you need to get started on right away!
An exclusive interview with a Senior Software Engineer from Microsoft: find out how Microsoft tackles the difficult mission of building scalable and useful automated tests.
Presenting a power-packed list of GitHub repositories guaranteed to boost up your coding skills.
Once upon a time there was a project, on which I was the test manager, which prompted me to take the drastic career change I had been mulling over for a year or so.
Being in the world of programming comes with a lot of challenges and opportunities for developers lik.. Tagged with webdev, productivity, career, beginners.
The second time we found it, the bug was expensive to fix. Could we have prevented that regression? Can we create regression tests for our designs?
Most organizations do not have a clear picture of what quality means to the various stakeholders in and outside the organization. A clear vision of what quality means to an organization is key and being specific about it is even more important.
Let’s talk about a feature which Angular provides, that isn’t particularly well known or used by many developers.
Let’s go over the most important skills you want to add to your resume and to your testing portfolio!
Automation is a powerful tool to improve business and individual productivity, which becomes more efficient every year. How do you do that?
In this guide, we will showcase NUnit parameterized test cases along with the commonly used attributes like the TestFixture NUnit attribute. Implement NUnit parameterization like never before!
Do you use lists in your code? Do you check for empty lists in your code? Find out how to check for empty lists in your Python code.
Which one executes faster? Puppeteer, Playwright, WebDriverIO or Selenium? We ran our own benchmark to find out.
Big data tools help organizations arrange, sort, and analyze big data to gain actionable insights. Here's the best options for big data analytics tools for 2020.
Sharing some lessons and some tips with you on how you can ensure your tool or process setup/rollout is successful too, specifically for Jira and XRAY!
It's almost 2021. Are you still not doing API Automation? Did you know that API performance testing is also critical for delivering reliable APIs to your customers?.
Talking about the software evolution towards more test automation and the creation of Infuse and useMango. We talk about software development and "left shift" where automated tests and quality checks have moved earlier into the software lifecycle.
Do you work in software development? Do you have strong ideas about what testing means? Do you ever crave a list of what people enjoy or don't enjoy about testing? You're in the right place then.
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