This is the Software Testing Notes, a newsletter that goes out every Wednesday. I republish it here for sharing and referencing, but if you'd like to sign up you can do so right here:
Hello fellow testers, Hope you had a amazing weekend. Welcome to the second issue of the Software Testing Notes.
Happy Reading! 🙌
We all love following best practices for our projects and they are necessary for the good health of the project. But what happens when at times these practices becomes a burden and obstacles to delivering your best work. Should you still keep following them to the bitter end or move it aside for some time ? In this article Dennis explores the best practices dilemma.
This is a quick tutorial on how to run tests with Truffle Framework for your blockchain apps.
How to Bypass Selenium Drag & Drop Bug in Python By Dmitrii Bormotov
A very neat trick by Dmitrii to work with drag & drop with Selenium in Python.
LivingDoc generates living documentation for features. It combines all scenarios from all SpecFlow feature files into one central HTML report.
This is a webinar by Brendan on how the notebooks can be used with selenium, API clients.
TDD: Balancing Progress with Stability By Bill Wake
This article explores how TDD can help balance progress and stability of the software.
This is a shot article about few things that can automation tests delay which in turn causes the production delay.
That’s it for this weeks newsletter. Hope you enjoy the reading.
Have a great week ahead,
Did You Enjoy This?
Then consider joining the 1,553 other people getting the Software Testing Notes newsletter. It's a collection of fascinating finds from my week, about wide range of topics surrounding software testing and whatever else catches my interest.