Have you published a personal testing-related blog post in February 2023?
Reply to this topic with a link and a brief description of what someone might learn/discover by reading it.
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I wrote this blog last night about a book called Dear Evil Tester and I came up with a few of my own Testing Slogans.
Fight the good fight. I have recently read Dear Evil Tester… | by Melissa Fisher | Feb, 2023 | Medium
That’s really cool,
@melissafisher. I particularly liked “No one is going to stop me nowww”.
10 February 2023 05:29
I have started a newsletter on testing since last year, featuring real people who talk about their career path and share on key aspects of testing.
I have been thinking that I should write something about boundary value analysis, and here it is:
A thought regarding boundary value analysis – TestAndAnalysis
16 February 2023 06:44
I wrote a checklist for desktop app testing, you can find it here:
Desktop Application Testing Checklist | Medium
What an excellent post,
@andreeaqa. It’s jammed-packed full of things to spark test ideas. I’d say it’s an essential read for any folks who do desktop app testing. Thanks for sharing.
16 February 2023 12:00
Thank you! I’ve been working on desktop testing for some time and noticed that there aren’t as many resources as there are for web and mobile.
16 February 2023 12:15
17 February 2023 07:43
@andreeaqa , this is very useful
17 February 2023 08:03
Thank you, I hope it can help people
17 February 2023 21:30
this article for beginners to get started in Selenium WebDriver with Java.
19 February 2023 20:51
Today’s blogpost - a story about a chocolate car calamity
21 February 2023 07:51
23 February 2023 12:47
I was replying to someone on Reddit and I figured it would make for a nice little blog post, with a few tips on how to test an app you are not familiar with.
23 February 2023 16:16
I had some
mandatory training to complete this week. I decided to complete a
code reviews course, combining the course notes and my own thoughts .
I believe my team have a good ethos and approach, so thought I’d get some new ideas, and test that assumption. We’ve also been talking code quality again, so timing worked out well.
23 February 2023 20:10
Andrejs Doronins makes pretty good courses!
Hi all, I wrote this article related to sending xk6-browser custom metrics to slack.
Sometimes we struggle with the shows metrics to developers but in this way, you can easily explain metrics to all colleagues.
Efficiently Tracking Frontend Performance with xk6-browser and Slack Integration
That’s a great post. Thank you for it! I’ve passed it on to the group of testers here who focus on our desktop apps.