Welcome to the 25th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!🤗
Mike Cohn proposed the ' Test Automation Pyramid' in his book "Succeeding With Agile" and described how teams were automating at the wrong levels. He introduced us to a practical test automation strategy by dividing it into three different levels- UI, Service & Unit.
Have we somehow got over that 'forgotten layer' of the Test Automation Pyramid? Or is the pyramid evolving as front-end development becomes more complex?
Let's dig into those questions and more in this edition.
Failing is not fun, and it's exceedingly terrible if you're a perfectionist like me. Trying to rewire my thinking around this is quite hard but also rewarding.
Ideas and experiences on software testing, software development, conference speaking and organizing.
There are different approaches to Defect management and many techniques to manage bugs, but there are cases and teams that struggle with them not being operated properly.
In many companies, DevOps adoption is hindered by a chasm between DevOps and Development. Bridging that chasm with a Production Debugger improves DevOps KPIs.
By better-integrating information security (InfoSec) objectives into daily work, teams can achieve higher software delivery performance levels and build more secure systems.
Time and effort spent on performance engineering should result in much more time and money saved than invested. To do that, choose the right tools.
Mobile testing is complex, and unfortunately, mobile viewports are ripe for visual bugs. Learn how to catch these expensive bugs using visual testing.
Learn three practical approaches to achieve in-sprint test automation to reduce risk and technical debt.
Is The Test Automation Pyramid Dead? Probably not, but I don't want to get into that in this post. I want to tinker with the concept a bit.
Facing problems while trying to find XPath in Selenium? Here're 10 of the best Chrome extensions for you to make it easier to find XPath in Selenium.
WebAutomation.io is the largest marketplace to find ready-made no-code web scrapers. With only a few clicks and a few seconds, you can start extracting data from your favorite site without coding or building from scratch.
Turn your code into beautiful images. Choose from a range of syntax colors, hide or show the background, and toggle between a dark and light window. Use keyboard shortcuts to speed up your process. Built by the team at Raycast.
In this episode, Aviram Shotten will share how QA is innovative and can help transform your software development. Discover QA optimization and how it applies to your software delivery life cycles.
Learn how Dunelm, UK’s leading homewares retailer, uses digital transformation to improve customer experience with the help of LambdaTest.
Adam talks to Steffen Herbold and Tobias Haar about their fascinating work on smoke testing machine learning algorithms and test design techniques.
ICQAST 2021 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Quality Assurance and Software Testing.
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