Welcome to the 8th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!
As a software developer, how comfortable are you writing test codes?
They say that the bond between Software Developers and Test Codes is intricate and strained. If it involves coding, they should love it. Right? Yet more often than not, that does not seem to be the case. Many have tried to share their theories about this complex relationship. And many have failed, time and again.
This week, Tal Doron ventures into the testing universe and explains the role of Software Developers. He braves out a theory based on their attitude towards manual QA & approach towards TDD, BDD.
As you try to develop a theory of your own, don't forget to check out some of the most interesting blogs & stories we have vetted for you. From Quality Assurance to Quality Engineering, we have it all. And there's an exciting conference coming up! Here they are-
How is the emerging quality engineering discipline different from QA? I compare quality engineering vs. quality assurance and talk about the trends driving us towards QE over QA.
How would you define the relation between software developers & test codes? Can’t put a word to it? An attempt at braving out a theory and finding the right words to describe this intricate relationship.
Are you a fan of mocking? How often do you replace the real code? Dmitry Egorov explains the best practices around mocking and why it might be better to avoid mocking in order to have real code quality.
Do you think it is easy to switch to test automation? Is it as easy as flipping a switch? For operations engineers, testing may simply mean Quality Assurance.
It's tempting to quit when things aren't going your way, but it's not always the right thing to do. You have the ability to change your situation.
Time and again you have wondered how browsers render web pages. This is a highly informational end-to-end summary of the entire process at a fairly high level.
Increased collaboration to deliver faster with better quality is driving the need to coordinate testing work throughout the delivery cycle.
Heard about JEval? It helps you evaluate your JMeter testing plan. Explaining how it works, how useful it will be useful, along with its limitations and so much more.
Stop blaming 2020 and start planning for 2021! That’s what successful people are doing and that’s what you should also be doing right now. Get started with this blog!
This is a comprehensive Selenium PHP tutorial. You’ll learn how to set up PHP with Selenium, run parallel testing to trim down test execution time and more!
The first step of creating a custom test automation framework is to define the features you need to implement and do proper research.
With Freemarker, a template engine written in java, you can generate your test data with a simple template. I show how it works.
A detailed test report is the crux of a tester’s existence and choosing the right reporting tool is of utmost importance. We list out the best reporting tools for Selenium test automation.
Quickly write, download and share your feature files and scenarios with your team and stakeholders. No need for Visual Studio, no installation.
Now, this is interesting. Funkify — a Chrome extension tool that helps you understand how people with certain disabilities see your page. Intrigued yet?
Angie Jones explores Selenium 4 new features, including Relative Locators, Chrome Devtools Protocol (CDP), Window Management, and more.
All test suites start fast. But as you grow your set of tests, each test adds a little bit of time to the suite. What can you do about it to keep test suites fast? How do you do it for Django test suites?
The education of our future generation of testers is critical! In this episode, Simon Prior will share some ways to coach up your teams to become testing leaders in your organization.
A video about characterization tests – what they are, how they can help you, and how you can use the ApprovalTests tool (as an example) to cover your untested code with tests.
Testing United is a testing conference aimed at all levels of testers, test leads, test managers, test consultants and IT employees that come in daily contact with testing teams.
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