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Test Automation Part IV

Python Automation Testing: innerText vs textContent – All You Need to Know

May 30, 2019

Moving too fast can cause issues in your test automation process, and without attention to detail, a web application build will not succeed. In the fourth article of our Python Automation Testing blog series, Sergiu Popescu discusses the importance of taking your time and “reading the manual”.

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Python Automation Testing: Pytest-BDD and Python3 – The How To You Need

May 9, 2019

Python3 comes upgraded with new QA features and testing tools. Learn how to setup Pytest-bdd with Python3 in the third article of Sergiu Popescu’s Python Automation Testing series.

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Setting up a monorepo React app with Yarn

Setting Up A Monorepo React App with Yarn

April 9, 2019

For larger applications, structuring and managing folders and modules can be difficult. Monorepo is a multi-package structure used to consolidate code under one repository. Learn how to set up Monorepo with Yarn!

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The Amazing World Of Browser Performance – How To Be Performant

October 19, 2018

Software developers all hear the word “performance” at some point in their careers. We all want our applications to be performant. We’ll help you get there.

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How To Be A Confluence and Jira Requirements Hero

October 9, 2018

Manually creating user stories with Atlassian’s Jira from product requirements written in Confluence takes effort and doubles the work. Make it easier.

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Python Automation Testing: Pytest-bdd and TestRail Integration – Test Artifacts

September 4, 2018

This is part of the Python Automation Testing blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Python Automation Git repo. Many QAs have a tendency to minimize the information they record when testing. This can vary from not recording the test data used, to having no written Test Cases. The challenge…

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Debate on Software Bugs: Who are they, and what do they want?

August 9, 2018

Setting the Stage In this article, we explore and discuss differing thoughts on the subject of bugs and their inevitable impact on your project. Can you, in a Scrum model, add them to your sprint with no estimating or prioritizing? How can you estimate a bug? How do you determine in your application which issue…

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Python Automation Testing: Pytest and Pytest-bdd

August 3, 2018

This is part of the Python Automation Testing blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Python Automation Git repo. A while back I started working on a new project where I had to put together an automated testing solution for Hybrid Applications developed with Ionic/Angular. I first considered ProtractorJS, as…

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Just One Tiny Fix

Just One Tiny Fix

July 25, 2018

Imagine a time when you just had to make a change. You know the one, the really small one, that fixes that very special issue… on a production environment. One may think of a thousand reasons not to. Using continuous integration, and properly separated yet perfectly similar environments might come at the top of the…

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Remote Pair Programming Made Easy with VSCode Live Share

July 3, 2018

Visual Studio Live Share makes real-time collaborative editing and debugging easier than ever. Distributed and co-located teams now enjoy a fast, feature-packed experience of: Pair programming Remote debugging Training Workshops Interviewing job candidates Onboarding team members Setting up Visual Studio Live Share Visual Studio Code is one of the most popular open source projects on…

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