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2020

5 Things to Read This Week - 04th May 2020

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Five links on new IntelliJ features, how the beginner may master the master, the true power of automation in testing, patterns of branching, and how Integrat...

Intro to Visual Testing with Percy & Ember

6 minute read

A bad visual aspect can be a death sentence for your application, even if an user can perform every intended action on it. On top of that, modern web apps ha...

5 Things to Read This Week - 20th Apr 2020

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Five links on how Stack Overflow made its dark theme, building a testing strategy, modifying requests with Charles Proxy, time saving software, and the diffe...

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2019

5 Things to Read This Week - 24th Set 2019

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Five links to read this week on code review, improving the Testing Pyramid, the Water Leak Approach, the importance of the Sprint Goal, and Risk Analysis for...

5 Things to Read This Week - 25th Jun 2019

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Five links to read this week on evolution in frontend design, importance of correct abstractions, Chaos Engineering, anti-pattern of hardening sprint, and da...

Variables - JMeter Basics Part 1 of 4

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After extending our suite, we ended up with a lot of duplicated code and now we have a lot of work to make any change. Let’s fix this problem.

5 Things to Read This Week - 13th May 2019

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Five links to read this week on JS documentation, a11y problems in the Domino’s app, technical aspects of agility, testing beyond the Pyramid and a bunch of ...

5 Things to Read This Week - 04th Mar 2019

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Five links to read this week on tools for cross-browser testing, hiring of top-level people, problems with AI, testability and the real reason for automation

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2018

A Testing Planning Ceremony for Scrum Teams

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Mini-waterfall and separated/uncoordinated groups of developers and testers is a common problem. In this post, I will describe a simple planning ceremony to ...

Testing Ember Applications: First Steps

10 minute read

Ember.js provides great tools for testing your frontend, enable us to write faster, deeper, and more reliable checks than end-to-end tools, as Selenium. Let’...

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