Issue 3: Interesting articles on the software testing this week.

🕒 5 MIN READ | Published on: April 12, 2021

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Hello everyone,

hope you had a amazing weekend and welcome to the third issue of Software Testing Notes.

Web Application Pentesting with Manual SQL Injection – Integer Based posted on gbhackers

Security is one of most important aspect of testing. This article shows few tricks we can apply and validate the system against some basic security vulnerabilities.

Time zone testing considerations By Sam

Time zones are nightmare for everyone whether you are developing a software or just trying to schedule a meeting. This post gives a very nice overview of world full of time zones and day light saving time.

CSS Wildcard Selectors By Brendan Connolly

Good selectors can be hard to find. It's always nice when the elements we need have automation friendly attributes, but sometimes thats not an option. These wildcards can help when you just need to match on part of what attributes are present.

Starter pack on Penetration/Security Testing for newbies By sunjeet khokhar

list of useful resources created by sunjeet.

How to Know Your Test Automation Project Is Doomed By DevTesterBlog

Test automation projects have a high risk of failure. Here are some early warning signs by DENNIS MARTINEZ to help you steer your project back on track and avoid this fate.

The weird true story of Selenium, the StaleElementReferenceException, the iframe, the List and the WebElement

Interesting story of why you shouldn’t use list when working with Iframe.

A Guide on How to Test Cloud-Native Applications

Approach to Test Cloud-Native Applications with Unit Testing, Integration Testing, End-to-End Testing,Contract Testing,Non-Functional Testing,Chaos Engineering and Failure Mode Testing, Observability, Monitoring, and Log Analysis

That’s it for this weeks newsletter. Hope you enjoy the reading.

Have a great week ahead,

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