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Apparently, I’ve recently started to document my learning in simple and easily understandable manner on my blog. The blog contains small posts which are backed with examples and code snippets to help understand the concepts better ranging from beginner to advanced topics. I would like to take this opportunity to get some feedback from The Club.
Checkout my bog here: https://qakumar.wordpress.com/category/automation-testing/
Few other blogs that I follow: https://www.guru99.com/, https://www.softwaretestinghelp.com/automation-testing-tutorial-1/
These are some useful automation testing pages I follow:
For making selenium tests more robust and manintainable.
Sharing the original Club post here so the two are linked
So many awesome people writing about automation out there.
Alan Richardson has produced some great blog posts. I like his work as it’s not just about here how to use a tool, he also focuses on the thinking and theory of automation.
Maaret Pyhäjärvi is a frequent writer and has covered the important space where exploratory testing meets automation and vice versa.
Angie Jones. Angie is great at combining code examples with the theory and reasoning behind them.
Bas Dijkstra. Bas has written several great posts regarding the use of automation, exploring when, where and why we utilise it.
While I know it’s sometimes easier to go find a blog that just gives you the code, I strongly encourage you to look for blogs that also offer up a solid explanation about why the code has been written the way it has, this will stand you in better ground in the future than just copying and pasting solution.
Not strictly a “Test” automation blog, but this has examples of ExpectJ for Java. I’ve used the fairly similar Pexpect, for Python, but this is potentially more useful for me since I can use it directly within my Selenium frameworks*.
- Jason’s Selenium Framework Approach 1 actually calls out to Bash scripts, which then run Expect code to exercise harnesses on remote servers, analyse logs and so on.
Below are some interesting blogs in automation testing:
- A cheat sheet for just about any type of testing
- When I need to practice my skills, I go to www.awesome-testing.com
- There’s this page from BlazeMeter
Hopefully, my list counts for something. Since my passion is mostly for all things Information Security - the blogs I read are out of scope for this topic.