Weekly Newsletter: What Does HTTP Mean For Testers
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The EMMI© (Environment Management Maturity Index) is a “holistic” framework that enterprises can use to quickly baseline their current test environment capability (i.e. strengths & weaknesses) and immediately highlight areas that need improvement. Rate yourself using this online version from Enov8.
Welcome to an Introduction to HTTP, an eleven-part course that takes you through the fundamental rules that make up HTTP requests and responses as well as the testing opportunities available when leveraging HTTP rules.
Just a friendly reminder that you have until the 17th August 2018 to submit your talk for TestBash Brighton and TestBash Essentials Brighton 2019! Time to get those ideas typed up and sent in.
Pen Testing is an activity intended to expose vulnerabilities in systems before real attackers find them. Pen Testing can be a valuable part of a solid security strategy if it is implemented well, and the sponsoring organization responds to the findings. Download Your Free Ebook Today!
This week we're joined by Mark Winteringham, co-creator of both the Software Testing Clinic and Automation in Testing, for a conversation about the aforementioned initiatives and much more besides. On an epically hot day, Neil and Mark talk about building pathways for learning, optimising delivery for classroom and online training, supporting worldwide franchises, and how to get testing talked about more within universities.
Our first ever conference day looking all technical testing and automation is happening in September. By the end of your day, you will have a better working knowledge of code and automation, from getting started to maintaining it. Discover the 9 talks that will help you on our toolsmith journey. Early Bird tickets are still available!
When testing, it's important to focus not only how the product works but how the business or client wants the product to work. Testing requirements as they are created is a great way to weed out the misunderstandings and help your own understanding when it comes to testing the product.
We've picked a few topics of interest from The Club for you to read, contribute and generally get involved with?
There are various extents of web application those need to be tested to avoid every possible glitch. Can anyone enlist basic testing practices for software application testing?
I’ve just started a new role, working with Voice devices/apps/skills, and as accessibility is close to my heart, I’m really fascinated by how we can make the apps/skills we make as accessible as possible
Highlighting a selection of blog posts from the testing community.
In this part of hindsight lessons about automation, I will continue with the principles of automation and I will focus on the one, that I believe is the most significant, at least in my career – the test isolation principle.
If you are going to have an AI that “does testing” — as opposed to some other activity like analysis or pattern recognition — you are going to have to move from a focus solely on perception and add the dimension of actions.
- Interviewing for new testers – advice from the community – Journey Into Quality
- Modelling for Testers – dragons for elevenses
- Prune Your Automation! - Arch DevOps
- Mobile Testing Part I: Twelve Challenges of Mobile - Think Like a Tester
- A Vigilante For Quality vs Bridging The Us VS Them Gap - Testing and Movies and stuff
Testing PodcastsMoT host various podcasts, but here is a selection of interesting testing podcasts from around the web.
- Episode 25: The Tech That Powers a ‘Challenger Bank’ - Modern Software Podcast
- Episode 3 - Christopher Lampert - Not Signing Stuff Off - The Guilty Tester
- 067 Redefine Testing for Microservice Delivery Pipelines with Chris Burrell - PurePerformance
- 213: Automation in Testing Superfriends with Richard Bradshaw & Mark Winteringham - Test Talks
- Top Resources for Test Automation Engineers (Not Blogs) - Test Automation Made Easy
Testing ChatterWe keep a close eye on our two slack groups - testers.chat and our MoT Slack. This is what they've been sharing.
- WCAG 2.1 Principles Explained: Operability
- 8 Secrets of the Perfect Link | Webdesigner Depot
- Reddit Hacked – Emails, Passwords, Private Messages Stolen
- Reddit Breach Stems from SMS Two-Factor Authentication Breakdown | The first stop for security news | Threatpost
- Why Is It So Hard To Create A Community Of Practice?