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Test your testing skills at BugATAhon..

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Follow your passion. These three letters are the driving force for my professional journey. When I started my journey as a software tester, it was difficult to find spirited testers. It was difficult because platforms like Twitter and Linked-in didn’t exist. As a result, I never participated in events like BugATAhon during early years of […]

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London Selenium Meet-up – Beyond Check Automation

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Yesterday’s London Selenium Meetup was great and topics covered by both the speaker are very close to my heart. Both the speakers, Richard and Haroon spoke about the need to go beyond checks in test automation. In many teams, automation is viewed as a tool to confirm checks. There is nothing wrong with this definition, […]

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Do software testers need to learn coding?

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Do software testers need to write code? Probably no. Do software testers should learn to code? In my opinion, Yes – we must. The testing community has discussed this issue many times. Many people argue that testers do not need to write code, and I have no problem with that. In my day-to-day job, I […]

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Test Automation for CMS based application – Channel4 Case Study

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Testing and automating CMS backed applications is challenging. It is different from testing web applications. In most of the web applications – pages are well defined. Operations which can be performed on them is evident, and there are few moving parts on the page. CMS backed applications, on the other hand, are usually dynamic. Pages […]