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Can I test an app on all devices without purchasing all devices?

Is there any way to test an app on all devices without purchasing all devices?

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The Future of Software Testing with AI: An Interview with Jason Arbon

Summary:
In this interview, Jason Arbon, the CEO of Appdiff, explains how artificial intelligence is going to change the way we test our software. He talks about why testers shouldn't be afraid that AI will take their jobs and shows how machine learning can actually be approachable.

In this interview, Jason Arbon, the CEO of Appdiff, explains how artificial intelligence is going to change the way we test our software. He talks about why testers shouldn't be afraid that AI will take their jobs and shows how machine learning can actually be approachable.

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Is it the end of the roadmap for Selenium IDE Firefox extension?

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Has Continuous Deployment Become a New Worst Practice?

Summary:
Software development has been moving toward progressively smaller and faster development cycles, and continuous integration and continuous deployment are compressing delivery times even further. But is this actually good for businesses or their users? Just because you can deploy to production quickly and frequently, should you?

Software development has been moving toward progressively smaller and faster development cycles, and continuous integration and continuous deployment are compressing delivery times even further. But is this actually good for businesses or their users? Just because you can deploy to production quickly and frequently, should you?

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Which is the best open source automation tool for desktop application testing?

MIDHUN DAS asked on September 12, 2017 - 3:00am | Replies (0).

I am in search of an open source tool so that I can automate testing of a Windows Desktop application.

 

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Methods and Tools for Data-Driven API Testing

Summary:
Data-driven API testing can enable feedback much sooner and more often during development while being just as comprehensive as classic functional black-box testing. There are many methods of API testing, but that shouldn't intimidate you. Testers looking to advance their careers should consider learning some coding in order to test their programs at the API level.

Data-driven API testing can enable feedback much sooner and more often during development while being just as comprehensive as classic functional black-box testing. There are many methods of API testing, but that shouldn't intimidate you. Testers looking to advance their careers should consider learning some coding in order to test their programs at the API level.

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Shifting Left and Going beyond Agile: An Interview with Michael Nauman

Summary:
In this interview, Michael Nauman, a testing lead for AutoCAD Web, explains how we can go beyond basic agile principles. He digs into the current state of shift-left testing, the importance of aligning your DevOps with your automation, and using agile as a starting point on your quality journey.

In this interview, Michael Nauman, a testing lead for AutoCAD Web, explains how we can go beyond basic agile principles. He digs into the current state of shift-left testing, the importance of aligning your DevOps with your automation, and using agile as a starting point on your quality journey.

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Any open source Microservice Automation Testing frameworks available

RASOOL SAHEB asked on September 7, 2017 - 5:16am | Replies (0).

Any open source or commerical tools can be used for Microservices testing? all protocols in one tool?

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The Long Road to Test Automation: An Interview with Dorothy Graham

Summary:
In this interview, Dorothy Graham, a software test consultant and coauthor of four books, discusses the fact that many teams still have a long way to go with test automation. She explains why getting started in automation can be daunting and details which tools might be best for your testing needs.

In this interview, Dorothy Graham, a software test consultant and coauthor of four books, discusses the fact that many teams still have a long way to go with test automation. She explains why getting started in automation can be daunting and details which tools might be best for your testing needs.

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Fixing a Broken Deployment Process

Summary:
When you have hundreds of applications performing various functions across several environments, it's tough to push all the code when it needs to be. Here are some steps to help your own team develop the internal tooling it requires to deploy thousands of applications if needed, all in a reliable, efficient manner.

When you have hundreds of applications performing various functions across several environments, it's tough to push all the code when it needs to be. Here are some steps to help your own team develop the internal tooling it requires to deploy thousands of applications if needed, all in a reliable, efficient manner.

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