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By Technological excellence – Testing software from the inside out
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In developing an automation framework, there are many important aspects to research and designed carefully to get the right results. Logging script execution results is usually taken for granted and the default reporting mechanism [...]
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Building a test arsenal is THE MOST important aspect of automation,
Yes, that’s right for automation, because the automated scripts are as good as WHAT they are ‘checking’..
Often the focus shifts from inadequate testing practices to directly building automation,
While investing in automation […]
A lot of candidates have a hard time finding jobs,
And employers have a hard time finding good employees too, here’s my thought on that..
Employers are looking for a very long (and many times invalid) set of skills, giving what’s really important […]
First, what are status codes?
For each HTTP request, there is an HTTP response generated.
There are some standard ‘status codes’ indicating if the server understood the request.
Common ones are 200 (Ok), 404 (Page not found), 500 (Internal server error) and so on.
Success is always uncomfortable
And it never reaches the point where it’s automatic.
Success lies outside the comfort zone,
That means we have to learn to be accustomed to being ‘uncomfortable’.
One might think after a while it might become automatic,
unfortunately it never goes to […]
“Your network equals your net worth” – Grant CardOne
The addition I make to this, “networking for the sake of giving”..
I’ve tried to share and be helpful as much as I can
I have my moments of weakness when I loose faith, but […]
Before I had used Jenkins, never felt the need for it.
In reality, I ‘Didn’t know that I DIDN’T KNOW!’ (Stages of knowledge)..
For a long time, I never felt the need for it, nightly runs would work fine, and life was merry