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    • Day 6: Read and share an interesting blog post on API testing.

      Day 6: Read and share an interesting blog post on API testing. Yet Another Challenge! Ministry of Testing got us 30 days Testing Challenge.This time topic is on API Testing.Challenge Link:  https://www.ministryoftesting.com/dojo/lessons/30-days-of-api-testing  It has been long time I have worked on API Testing, after learning from API Testing Dojo (year 2015).Sixth Challenge is Read and share an interesting blog post on API testing.          Sharing will enrich everyone with more knowledge.I will actually share couple of posts which help in learning. a. Danny Dainton's GitHub Post on All Things Postman - https://github.com/DannyDainton/All-Things-Postmanb. Recent blogpost by Anne-Marie Charrett - https://mavericktester.com/2018/11/05/rest-apis-written-by-women/This blogpost includes collation of posts written female software craftspeople.Please do check out them, there are plenty of interesting blogposts.Ministry of Testing Discussion Thread:  https://club.ministryoftesting.com/t/30-days-of-api-testing-day-6-interesting-blog-post-on-api-testing/19595/18

      14.11.2018 | 11:23 קרא עוד...
    • 30 Days of API Testing – Mock, Stub, Fake

      Today’s challenge is about explaining mocks, stubs and fakes. I don’t know if I can pull it off. The problem is, different teams will use these words in different ways. I don’t think it makes a lot of sense to argue about what exactly each of them means and how they are distinct from each other, but there is some value in at least understanding the general idea that these terms are meant to communicate. In the broadest terms, when we talk about these things we are talking about something that is a substitute for a piece of production code. For example, we might have a database that stores some values. When running tests though, it might expensive to go retrieve those values many times, so instead we might make a local text file that has a few of the values we care about hard coded into it and just use that instead of the ‘real’ databases. No matter what term we are talking about – mocking, stubbing, faking, etc. – what we are doing is using something that is not the production code to simplify in some way what we are doing for our tests.  This helps us isolate things to just the specific part of the code we are interested in and can be used in some really powerful ways. I wouldn’t worry too much about understanding in an absolute sense what these various terms means. What matters in figuring out what they mean in your context. How[…]

      14.11.2018 | 9:48 קרא עוד...
    • Quality is the Responsibility of the Whole Team

      Originally this article was postet on trendig.com English & Deutsch Since 2001 we have the agile manifesto in place and since then the whole industry is learning to use agile principles and values in their daily work of software development.   agile manifesto One of the problems I see, is that many who claim to be … Continue reading Quality is the Responsibility of the Whole Team

      14.11.2018 | 5:23 קרא עוד...

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