How We As a Team Chose a Testing Framework – Christine Zierold

What is Nightwatch.js Nightwatch.js is an END to END Testing framework based on Node.js. It uses the WebDriver API from Selenium. These are some of the features from this framework: Using Selenium Server CSS & XPath support Easy to extend through other Node.js packages Cloud service support as such as SauceLabs and BrowserStack Built-in JUnit … Read more

Clubby bonhomie or communication in QA Engineer world – Oleksii Ihnatiuk

“Communication (noun): the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs.”

On my professional path as a software tester, I started to catch myself thinking how vital are communication skills in this job. That it is exactly what leads us to successfully completed projects.

Junior tester

This step is the simplest. I just cooperate with QA team and get tasks from PM. I am trying to catch all possible bugs and write proper bug reports. My thoughts are far away from QA process and how I can improve them indeed. There is only me, developers and my own tickets.


  • Your professional career is a blank page, so you are brave and have tremendous motivation at the start.
  • You remember software testing theory so far and your mentor’s parting words.

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2016 Will Be the Year for Wearables So Test Wisely

The following article “2016 Will Be the Year for Wearables So Test Wisely” is a guest blog post by Eran Kinsbruner who is the Mobile Evangelist at Perfecto, one of the leading mobile cloud and automation companies. This article is the introduction to my smartwatch app testing series which will start next week.

You don’t have to look far to see the digital transition in practice. Airlines, banks and retail giants are making their products available on various digital platforms to satisfy their customers, grow their business and compete in a challenging market. Wearable devices such as smartwatches and health and fitness trackers will continue making progress in 2016. According to an IDC report, basic wearables such as fitness trackers are growing by 76% year-over-year, while smart wearables like smartwatches are growing far faster.

Wearables - Adventures in QA

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One thing not to forget when you are done testing

The following article “One thing not to forget when you are done testing” is a guest post by Joel Montvelisky, Chief Solution Architect at PractiTest, a test management tool and blog owner of QA Intelligence where he writes about all things related to Testing; the good, the bad and the funny.

OK, so you and your team just completed a full testing project.

You created new tests for it, ran your cycles on multiple devices achieving the coverage you needed for release, you found a bunch of important bugs that were fixed (and some that were set for a later version), and throughout the whole process you provided valuable feedback to the product team on the features that you ended up releasing.

All in all you and your team did a pretty good job – Congratulations!

Now, as it usually happens you are also late to start your next project (or two?!) and you just want to get running with those tests…

But wait!!!

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