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Welcome the 37th edition of Software Testing Notes, a weekly newsletter featuring must-read content on Software Testing. I hope this week has been good for you so far. I have few very interesting reads for you this week, let me know what your favorite is!
Happy Testing and have a great rest of the week! 🙏
Quality Assurance Is Down. Call The Quality Assistance. by Antoine Craske
This article shares the key elements of the Quality Assistance model inspired by leading players such as Atlassian or GitLab.
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10 Quality Metrics That Let You know Your Automation Is Successful by Johanna South
How would you know that your automation is successful and is delivering values that you desire ? Johanna South describes some of the metrics you could put into place to monitor and ensure they’re delivering value!
Selenium Python using SeleniumBase Framework by Dilpreet Johal
Dilpreet Johal have put together this 3 hours full video course for Selenium Python using SeleniumBase Framework, he covers everything from setting up project from scratch to all the way to integrating it with CI/CD.
Postman Flows: 5 Example Flows by Beth Marshall
Beth had written earlier about high level overview of Postman Flows. This time she shows us the usages of the Flows with few examples with short video tutorials.
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How to perform Kubernetes pentesting and secure it? by Octavio Mares
Learn about how to perform multiple hacking tasks on Kubernetes, including cluster disruption, certificate deletion, and node connection, all without downtime for the services being run.
How To Hack API In 60 Minutes With Open Source Tools by Alan Richardson
A very comprehensive article by Alan Richardson on security testing of APIs with api attack simulations and api fuzzing.
👉 Read all curated stuff on Security Testing here.
🛠️ Resources & Tools
Sa11y — Sa11y is an accessibility quality assurance tool that visually highlights common accessibility and usability issues. Geared towards content authors, Sa11y straightforwardly identifies errors or warnings at the source with a simple tooltip on how to fix them.
Polly — Record, Replay, and Stub HTTP Interactions.
vscode.dev — ICYMI, this is a lightweight version of VS Code running fully in the browser. Open a folder on your local machine and start coding, no install required.
Shottr — A screenshot utility for Mac that can create full-browser screenshots, pixelate private info, add annotations, and lots more.
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