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Testing end-to-end? Remember, more could be counter productive

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One of the projects I am currently working on had a formal end-to-end testing phase. There are many interrelated systems, and end-to-end testing is a good exercise to ensure that system works as expected. However, it’s important to remember that executing more tests, especially during end-to-end testing phase could be counter productive. In general, I prefer […]


Software Testing Career – Are you moving in the right direction?

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So this image triggered some discussion on twitter, and I think it’s worth explaining it a bit more. With this picture, I wanted to highlight two main things Shortage of skilled/inspiring testers Need to move up and become a skilled and inspiring tester. There is no scientific basis for this image. This image is purely […]

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Testing Restful Webservices or API Testing – Remember PAPAS BE SFO, DEED HELP GC and DVLA PC

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I have been working on API testing for some time now. To be specific, I have been testing RESTful web services. I like the idea of REST, and from what I have seen, many projects will move in this direction. In few projects I have been working on, RESTful web services are becoming a backbone […]


Why Testing for mobile apps is different? Top 10 reasons

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We have witnessed the transition from desktop to web and are seeing another transition from web to mobile. I have been thinking about a blog series around testing mobile applications for a while, and this is the first blog post in the series. In the coming few weeks, I will try to cover various topics/products/approaches […]