Testing Strategies & Methodologies
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“LinkedIn Posting Made Easy with API" is a concise and informative video by @IOan. It explores the power of using an Application Programming Interface (API) to simplify and streamline the process of posting content on LinkedIn. With the rise of social media and the importance of professional networking, LinkedIn has become an invaluable platform for individuals and businesses alike. However, manually posting content on LinkedIn can be time-consuming and tedious. In this video, we delve into the benefits of leveraging an API to automate and optimize LinkedIn posting. From integrating your existing systems to seamlessly pushing content updates, the video demonstrates how APIs can enhance efficiency, save time, and expand your reach on LinkedIn. Whether you're a developer, a marketing professional, or an entrepreneur, "LinkedIn Posting Made Easy with API" provides valuable insights and practical tips for leveraging this powerful tool to maximize your LinkedIn presence.
In this informative video, @basdijkstra, an independent test automation consultant and trainer, addresses the question, "What makes a test a good test?" He dives into different aspects of good testing, like risk assessment, valuable information, trustworthiness, scope, and speed. Bas emphasizes the need to focus on high-risk areas, deliver valuable and clear info, build trust in test results, choose the right test scope, and ensure repeatability. This video is a must-watch for anyone interested in understanding the key qualities of good testing!About Bas: Bas Dijkstra is an independent test automation consultant and trainer.He has been active in the test automation field for some 16 years now, and has worked on software testing and automation solutions across a wide range of programming languages, frameworks and technology stacks.He delivered test automation training to dozens of companies and hundreds of conference attendees in the Netherlands as well as abroad, to excellent reviews.
The world has changed in terms of technologies we use and test. IoT, AI, ML, Security, Data testing are some key areas where testers are facing a lot of challenges in getting started.What in your opinion will change the way we perceive testing? Who will survive and who will perish? Will there be a manual vs automation discussion happening still?Do share your views.
Hi Community, I think the topic has been in debate for long. I think captcha cannot be automated and we should ask the dev team to remove it as it is designed to identify it is are used as security checks todeter spammers and hackers from using forms on web pages.But there are certain chrome windgets like buster which can resolve the captcha. kindly let me knowyour thoughts.
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Testers do not ensure or assure quality.To ensure something, you must control it. This is a necessary, but not sufficient condition. So, even if you control it, you may not be able to to ensure it. As a tester, I have absolutely no control over quality, therefore I cannot ensure quality. The people who could ensure quality are managers and developers. Even they can’t ensure it, but for different and more complicated reasons than those that apply to testers.(I also don’t “break the software” because it is already broken when I find it.)So, what do I do as a tester?I seek the truth, and I report the truth, about the status of the product at any given time. I do this so that the team I work for can make informed decisions about quality.If I break anything, it is the veil of illusion. I shatter the dreams of the naive. But not the product. The product is the product, before and after I test it.A good tester has no faith in the product. We have faith in trouble. I mean faith in the full lit
Always interested in finding new ways to test blind injection and out of band responses. Here are some of the free and opensource tools i use apart from the paid burp suite collaborator:http://pingb.in https://webhook.site https://xsshunter.com https://transfer.bi.tk https://www.canarytokens.org https://github.com/JuxhinDB/OOB-Server https://github.com/projectdiscovery/i... (github) https://app.interactsh.com (web client)what do you use? are there any better free/paid tools for out of band testing?
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