Weekly Newsletter: Guidelines to test a REST API?
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Testing and the Community
- Testing Ask Me Anything on Quality Coaching - Sahar will share her experience in quality assistance and quality coaching, the challenges and also rewards. Ask Sahar any questions you have.
- Test.bash(Online); Submission Deadline - The call for papers is closing on the 21st June, get your talk submitted.
- Ideas on volunteering works being a tester, please? - Have you volunteered in “engineering”/technology tasks? Or maybe you're aware of ways to help?
- Inclusivity in the Times of Corona - Lina Zubyte - It’s time to reset, reconsider the status quo, and make the new normal a better place.
- Tool for API and Security Testing? - Are you aware of a tool that can be used for both API and security testing?
- Guidelines to test a REST API? - Do you know any online resources or books which could provide such guidance?
- Visualising Paths - When there are numerous ways to flow through your application, how do you visualise it?
- Seven practises to expand your software testing skills- Make your interests broad and let your curiosity lead you towards investigating new topics.
Upcoming MoT Events
- Automation in Testing Online - 3-Day Course - 22nd - 24th June 2020
- Testing Ask Me Anything - Quality Coaching - 8pm UK Time - 14th July 2020
- TestBash Manchester Online - 2nd October 2020
- TestBash Netherlands Online - 15th - 16h October 2020
- Test.bash(Online); - 29th October 2020
- TestBash New Zealand Online - 20th November 2020
- Test reporting with Cypress and Mochawesome - How to export the results of your Cypress tests to an HTML file so you can easily visualise your test runs.
- Effective use of Thread.sleep - There are different situations when Thread.sleep can be useful.
- Creating Digital Confidence with Data - The feeling that everyone in your organization expects your application to work exactly as it was designed, a journey that requires a number of strategic and tactical considerations.
- Announcing SpeedLab, a free tool to test website speed across browsers and devices - A new tool to add to your testing toolbelt?
- How to Test Image Upload Functionality - Mobile application testing should be at the forefront of your testing strategy.
- Integrating Consumer Contract Testing in Build Pipelines - Extending the consumer and provider tests into the build pipeline.
- Optimizing keyboard navigation using tabindex and ARIA - A micro-case study on implementing keyboard-friendlier article listings for an online publication.
- Legacy Applications and Accessibility - While at a certain time, legacy applications may have been a modern and steady solution, over time they can become inaccessible as other code takes priority.
Check out our forever automagically updated list of software testing podcasts...
- 15 amazing pytest plugins - Michael Kennedy - 15 plugins that you should know about.
- #30: It's Like Playing Jazz - Here's where you learn about developing inclusive apps – not why it's a good thing, but how developers can get started doing it.
- Eric Proegler - Software quality certifications - Why would we need them, in which contexts, which challenges would we have regarding them?
- Episode 762 - Special Guest - Darkweb Discussion With Design IT Solutions Founder - What is it? How your data ends up there and some tips to help you and your business.
- 182: Space Force, credit card fraud, and beep-ti-beep - Graham finds himself in hot water with a security firm after a data breach, Carole discusses credit card fraud.
- Windows 10 printer mystery: More complain June Patch Tuesday is causing havoc - Windows 10 admins hit with printer issues after installing Microsoft's latest Windows security update.
- PimEyes facial recognition website 'could be used by stalkers' - A free facial recognition tool that allows people to find pictures of themselves or others from around the internet has drawn criticism from privacy campaigners.
- Stalkerware detection rates are improving across antivirus products - Android and Windows antivirus software got better at detecting stalkerware.
- Webinar: "Usando Principios del Testing en Tiempos de COVID-19" Juliana Herbert - Online, Uruguay
- MotMeetupTour - "DEV+QA not an odd couple" - Online, Spain
- WEBINAR: Infraestructura para browser testing usando Selenoid - Online, Costa Rica