Karen Teboulle by Karen Teboulle

TestProject Welcomes 2019!

It's that time of the year again... We love to reminisce over the year we’ve had, reflect on what made 2018 so awesome for us, and let you in on all that’s coming in 2019! Let’s start with some cool facts: Our blog has over 110 published posts,...

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Louise Gibbs by Louise Gibbs

Inside a Stationery Shop: Analyzing Different Testing Methods

There are many types and approaches to testing. In this article, we discuss some of these different techniques by comparing them to testing pens on sale in a stationery shop. The shop represents the software application. Features within the application...

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Shai Glatshtein by Shai Glatshtein

.NET Core Test Automation in Selenium Using Page Object & Page...

Selenium is a very powerful tool if you want to automate your web testing, and a few months ago even support for .NET Core tests was added to Selenium. However, .NET Core is missing the best feature that Selenium gives you: support for Page Object Model...

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by AutomationPanda

How Do I Know My Tests Add Value?

Software testing is a huge effort, especially for automation. Teams can spend a lot of time, money, and resources on testing (or not). People literally make careers out of it. That investment ought to be worthwhile – we shouldn’t test for the sake...

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Mark Kardashov by Mark Kardashov

How Can You Scale Your REST API Testing?

REST API is a powerful way to run tests, however it’s not always enough. There are some pitfalls that cannot be spotted by REST API testing alone. And here comes the importance of end-to-end test automation. For example, during the process of writing...

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Louise Gibbs by Louise Gibbs

Test Automation Is Still Testing, But Don’t Go At It Alone

There is a statement that has been discussed throughout the testing community that stirs a great deal of controversy:  “Test Automation is not Testing, It’s Checking!”. It is a really powerful statement when describing the benefits of manual...

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by AutomationPanda

A Software Engineer in Test Must Have The Heart of a Developer

I am a Software Engineer in Test (SET). Many people don’t know quite what that means, though. Developers frequently refer to me as a “tester” or “QA,” and a former director once thought I did DevOps. While my work covers these areas, they...

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Paul Grossman by Paul Grossman

Don’t Be Scared: Use A Sandbox To Help Jump Start Your Automation...

Working as a test automation engineer for over a decade, I find myself with a dilemma when meeting a new client: I want to show off my automation skills with a live demo, but a Non-Disclosure Agreement often blocks me from showing anything with a former...

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by Dave Westerveld

API Testing Glossary

I’ve been doing a fairly deep dive on API testing over the last several months, both as part of the project I am currently working on and as part of some courses I am preparing. As with any specialization, there is a lot of terminology that goes into it...

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by Bas Dijkstra

Stop Automating Your Regression Tests (For Now)

Note: in my observation, scripted test execution and the type of regression test scripts I’m referring to are slowly going away, but a lot of organizations I work with still use them. Not every organization is full of testers working in a context-driven...

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