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Coding Jag - Issue 20

Welcome to the 20th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!

Scrum is a fantastic framework for solving business problems, and companies are continuing to use the agile model to achieve objectives. If your organization is transitioning to agile, there’s a lot that you can do. Encourage your manager to engage in pressure-testing of those goals. Be inquisitive: learn what really matters. Get rid of ambiguity to be more creative and less constrained by arbitrary rules on what you want to achieve as a team.

Consider what you’re willing to pay, as well as what you will not compromise. Ask the right questions- Is team morale important? What happens when you use Agile for the wrong reasons? Would it be better to attract fewer clients by making reliable promises or to build more repeat business?

You will find the answer to all those questions in this edition, along with a hand-picked selection of good reads. Here you go-

What I wish I knew when I started testing: Expectations vs Reality

5 min read nickytests.blogspot.com

As time passed, my understanding of quality and "good enough" has changed. Now I don't only focus on bugs, but mainly on the value that can be provided to the stakeholders.

What Happens When You Use Agile for the Wrong Reasons?

5 min read mountaingoatsoftware.com

Problems can occur if companies forget that agile is just a methodology—a means to achieve a goal—not the goal itself.

What is creative QA and how does it help improve product quality?

5 min read medium.com

Have you ever seen an end product that you designed for, look and behave differently to what is built?

Using Domain-Specific Language For Security Testing

5 min read automationpanda.com

Can DSLs make security testing easier to do and thereby more widely practiced? Tune into this virtual talk delivered by Pandy Knight.

The Five Books that Changed my Life as a Software Engineer

5 min read dev.to

As a software developer, the obvious answer for my top five books would be technical chronicles, but actually I have found these haven't had much of an impact on me at all.

Servers Performance Monitoring in JMeter

4 min read qainsights.com

In this blog article, we are going to focus on Servers Performance Monitoring in JMeter.

You Can’t Fix Quality Just By Catching Bugs

4 min read medium.com

We have not defined Quality and yet it is at the heart of the matter. Interestingly most Quality or Test professionals when asked to define it, often balk at it as it is a rabbit hole. Why is that?

Upload A File To A Remote ssh Server With Java

7 min read thetestingpirate.be

How can I upload a file to a remote ssh server with java? It is very easy. The java library sshj is a library that can do that for you.

How To Get Page Source In Selenium Using Python?

9 min read lambdatest.com

Ever wondered how to get the page source in an automated fashion? In this blog, we explore how to make Selenium WebDriver get page source.

Save Time and Money With Automated End-to-End Testing

9 min read dev-tester.com

As more organizations look to test automation, learn different ways how it can save you lots of time and money in the long run.

Selenium Java Interview Questions And Answers – Part 23

9 min read qafox.com

A collection of the most important questions and answers for your next interview about Selenium testing.

Tools to Improve Your Golang Code Quality

10 min read dzone.com

In this article, we intend to put forward a few code quality tools you should consider to help you write simple, yet fast go code in no time.

Are These the Most Interesting Front-end Developer Tools for 2021?

8 min read dev.to

Here’s a big superficial roundup of 60 most-clicked tools of 2020 — and potentially the most interesting choices for 2021.

Product Of The Week #1: Divjoy 2.0


Divjoy makes it ridiculously easy to start your next React project. Pick all the things you need in your codebase (UI kit, auth, database, payments, etc), choose a beautiful template, then export a complete React codebase.

Product Of The Week #2: WickedBlocks


WickedBlocks are an open source collection of layout blocks and components built with Tailwind CSS V2 ready to copy-paste on your Tailwind project.

Podcast: Next Gen Enterprise Automation Testing with Parasar Saha

46 min testguild.com

In this episode, Parasar Saha, an enterprise automation architect, will share some ways to reduce repetitive and error-prone tasks at the enterprise level.

Video: Automate Notion with Python

52 min ayushirawat.com

Learn how to Automate Notion- a super-clean and deceptively minimalist note-taking app.

Podcast: How to keep testers motivated (My ATD talk)

29 min soundcloud.com

The high motivation of those working with us is a key factor for success. Success for the company, for the different teams and success for the people working with us.


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