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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...

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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testing

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 ...

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

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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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automation

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

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 ...

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scrum

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 ...

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agile

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 ...

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 ...

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postman

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exploratory

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 ...

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career

3 Non-Technical Things to Boost You Career

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Hard and soft skills are crucial to become a great professional, but there are some things they don’t teach in school that can help you to boost your career

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a11y-testing

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 ...

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javascript

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 ...

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jmeter

JMeter Basics Part 1 of 4 - Variables

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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.

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jmeter-series

JMeter Basics Part 1 of 4 - Variables

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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.

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frontend

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...

Testing Ember Applications: First Steps

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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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planning

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 ...

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git

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 ...

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hiring

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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ember.js

Testing Ember Applications: First Steps

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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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selenium

Testing Ember Applications: First Steps

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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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cross-browser

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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AI

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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testability

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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2019-06-17

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design

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...

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