Have you published a personal testing-related blog post in March 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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Here’s my most recent blog post about Unit Testing. It is about the importance of Mocking the time in Unit Tests.
Unit Testing is an interesting concept, that I feel more testers should be familiar with. As QAs, we hear a lot about Unit Tests, but we rarely get to see them.
I also wrote this guide about
how to setup the Jest framework.
8 March 2023 06:20
I’ve recently written a new article on
accessibility testing for Windows. It would be of great help if I could get some feedback on it (I’m still new at accessibility )
9 March 2023 14:13
QA Backlog Refinement
@dstekanov. Thanks for sharing.
I always felt pressure during a whole-team backlog refinement session, particularly as its usually the first time as an individual QA/Testing person that I’ve seen the skeleton view of stories (requirements). So I can imagine a session for QA/Testing folks to get together and get prepared for the main backlog refinement would be useful.
The list of questions on your post reminded me of the
Feature Chat Sheet. Is that on your radar?
For those considering writing a blog post yet struggle to start, have you seen
@cakehurstryan’s six tips? They are super helpful.
Callum Akehurst-Ryan on LinkedIn: #blogs #writing #writingtips #blogging #bloggingtips #presentations…
13 March 2023 14:50
I’ve got 2 so far hoping to have, 1 for each week Monday the month. Both of these are focused on writing API automation with Playwright.
13 March 2023 15:17
Thanks for replying,
If you can apply this, I would appreciate your feedback on this.
I did not see
Feature Chat Sheet; thanks for sharing! There are good questions worth taking into account. Is this list of questions being updated?
The list was created by the brilliant
@lisa.crispin and @janet_gregory. I’m unaware if they’ll be updating it yet perhaps it’s a good opportunity to review it with them to see if updates are appropriate/might help. Feel free to continue that conversation on this thread: What updates would you make to the Feature Chat Sheet?
Thanks, Simon, it does seem like a good time to revisit the Feature Chat Sheet! We welcome all suggestions!
Blogged: The Theory of Knowledge helps us learn from our work
I wrote a blogpost cum checklist on my blog for reminding me about Common Software Errors:
Common Software Errors – Checklist - Testing Titbits | Rahul Parwal
20 March 2023 09:23
I wrote this article
here to provide alternatives to interview questions I don’t find that useful. Let me know what you think