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Avatar Corina Pip

Corina is a Test & Automation Lead, with focus on testing by means of Java, Selenium, TestNG, Spring, Maven, and other cool frameworks and tools. Previous endeavours from her 11+ years testing career include working on navigation devices, in the online gaming industry, in the aviation software and automotive industries.
Apart from work, Corina is a testing blogger (https://imalittletester.com/) and a GitHub contributor (https://github.com/iamalittletester).
She is the creator of a wait based library for Selenium testing (https://github.com/iamalittletester/thewaiter) and creator of “The Little Tester” comic series (https://imalittletester.com/category/comics/). She also tweets at @imalittletester.

Tech Buzzwords Testers Should At Least Know About - Part 1

Tech Buzzwords Testers Should At Least Know About – Part 1

In our day to day work, we keep hearing all sorts of terms and names that relate to technology, software development, and frameworks. But sometimes we don't have time to look up...

Maven Basics: Maven in a Nutshell. Part 2

Getting Started with Maven in Less Than 10 Minutes – Part 2

In this second installment in my Maven-related articles, we will continue to look at more Maven basics with some interesting features, starting with some more dependency...

Maven Tutorial: Getting Started with Maven in Less Than 10 Minutes - Part 1

Getting Started with Maven in Less Than 10 Minutes – Part 1

Maven is a highly popular tool used by developers and testers to create, build, and run code projects and to manage the project dependencies. As testers, we can also use it to run...

Keeping Up with Your Test Automation Project Dependencies

Keeping Up With Your Test Automation Project Dependencies

Your test automation project is not working alone, it always requires some sort of dependencies. These are nothing more than libraries that help you with certain tasks. For...

Logging test automation information with Log4j

Logging Test Automation Information with Log4j

We run our automated tests either on our local machines or in CI systems. In some cases, we cannot see what the tests are doing. When it is an API test, unless it provides some...

Running automated tests in parallel with TestNG

Running Automated Tests in Parallel with TestNG

Running automated tests in parallel can be a time saver. When we have TestNG tests, we have multiple options for running our tests in such a way. We only need to perform a few...

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