Issue #35 : Software Testing Notes
What does it mean 'to test a blockchain' and which knowledge do you need for it
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Welcome the 35th edition of Software Testing Notes, a weekly newsletter featuring must-read content on Software Testing. I hope this week has been good for you so far. I have lots of nice reads for you this week, let me know what your favorite is!
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📚 On Testing
Test managers can add great value to the Agile software development process. David Tzemach describes the need of understanding the context and what you need, so you can get the most benefit from their knowledge and experience.
Metamorphic testing allows the creation of a large number of tests on complex systems without the need to invest much time and effort in calculating expected results or in setting up the test system to ensure a specific result.
Fascinating article about Metamorphic testing by Michael Stahl.
What does it mean 'to test a blockchain' and which knowledge do you need for it by Oleksandr Romanov
What blockchain brings to the testing world? How deeply do you need to know about blockchain to test with such systems?
In this blog post, Oleksandr Romanov describes a few different cases of testing blockchains and also shares his list of things we would need to know to bring quality to such systems successfully.
In this article, Hala Samir lays out few common reasons for flaky tests and aslo discusses how to mitigate them.
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Elias Nogueira shares his recommendation on best approach for the test automation.
Get started with end to end testing with cypress. Making first project set-up to implement tests with Cypress testing framework.
Alister B Scott shows few different options all with their own advantages and disadvantages to manage the bugs in end to end tests in Playwright.
Option One: Commit the failing test as it is
Option Two: Mark the failing test as skipped
Option Three: Update the assertion to be incorrect (with a comment)
Option Four: test.fail()
So, how do you perform code reviews for your automation code ? or are you new to reviewing test automation code ? Oluwatomi Familoni shares very interesting perspective and step by step process that you can follow for the code reviews.
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Learn about what chaos engineering and few different terminologies associated with it. And also get started with performing chaos experiment with Gremlin.
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🛠️ Resources & Tools
SWAPI - The Star Wars API — The Star Wars API, or "swapi" (Swah-pee) is the world's first quantified and programmatically-accessible data source for all the data from the Star Wars canon universe!
pytest-recording — A pytest plugin that allows recording network interactions via VCR.py
vcrpy — Automatically mock your HTTP interactions to simplify and speed up testing
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