Welcome to the 35th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐
This pandemic has forced everyone into an existential crisis of sorts. While some feel like they’re stuck in limbo between “I don’t feel like being productive today” and “I should polish my skills”. Others are struggling to find the motivation to work. Waking up every single day and keeping up the passion for test automation can get a bit tiring. If you have been struggling as well, this edition will introduce you to the bright side of being a test automation engineer.
Remember we are always here to hold the torch for you, no matter how dark it gets!
Here are some of the reasons that make me truly passionate about being a test automation engineer and software quality in general.
This CSS selectors cheat sheet focuses on different CSS selectors available to make your styling extremely precise and save time & effort of manual coding.
Even when everybody recognizes that flakey tests are a problem, somehow adding testability features to the app itself to fix that flakiness is beyond the pale.
Let's face it: not all testers are that great. We all like to think we are, yet we don't spend enough time thinking about what makes us great.
They say, “It’s easier to open up the world of IT through quality assurance”. Is that really true?
There are always bugs to fix, but how do you decide which bugs to fix first. Here are 6 factors you should consider, and then use Ozcode to customize your decision process.
In this blog post, we are going to deep-dive into how you can spin up Kubernetes clusters and run Locusts and JMeter tests using Kangal.
From May 2021 onwards, Google will be launching a new update called the Page Experience that will promote websites offering an exceptional user experience.
Testers who choose Selenium enjoy the freedom (plus creativity and productivity) that was not possible in the previous proprietary test automation tool.
To have automated visual regression tests (in addition to unit and integration tests) is important to ensure the users a good experience.
The first roadblock I hit when I started learning Cypress was understanding how to access data in a JSON formatted response. This article is for everyone at the same point of the journey.
Over the last months, I have collected a few of those handy tools and tried them out. Each tool is good for something slightly different and it shows the complexity of software testing.
Let’s turn our attention to automation testing tools, including a closer look at what they do, the benefits, and more.
Dashblock allows you to build resilient browser automations without coding, and trigger those automations from an API. Integrate with your favorite apps in one click to build sophisticated workflows from simple blocks.
Vanta is the fast and easy way to get SOC 2, HIPAA, or ISO 27001 certified. Over 1000 fast-growing companies trust Vanta to automate their security monitoring, and get ready for security audits in as little as two weeks.
What does test management mean in today's software development world? Matthew Heusser and Michael Larsen welcome Gwen Iarussi and Lalitkumar Bhamare to talk about the differences in test management of previous decades vs. today's needs and requirements.
In this video on CircleCI tutorial for beginners, Michael Vinny Thanh, a Solutions Engineer Circle CI, will show what is CircleCI. And we will also be looking at how to get started with CircleCI with the help of a very simple demo.
In this episode, James will boil down for you what is performance engineering today, and some of the core attributes that we look at in terms of performance as a performance engineer.
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