Why is QA not considered a separate engineering path?

Last year I started thinking about how important it is to have good testers in a development team, and that companies and the public are (finally) more aware of this fact as well. The perception of testers as a positive and driving force behind delivering a quality product has definitely changed for the better ever …

The Different Roles Within the Field of QA and Testing

Here’s my next post which appeared first on Simple Programmer.. This piece was a collaboration written by Kayleigh Oliver and Daniel Sayer, writer of the Unexpected QA blog. There are so many job titles which cover the generic role of someone who works as a tester or someone within quality assurance (QA). Is it all …

Element is not clickable at point (x,y). Other element would receive the click…

I’ve been extending an automation suite that will be used to run UI tests on the platform in several environments to help us verify the build and highlight any breaking changes early. Running these tests will also free us up to concentrate on tests that weren’t covered by automation and exploratory tests. This particular suite …

My First (and the) First Appium Conference

Last year, I was selected for a scholarship to Appium Conference 2018 by White October Events. I’ve been aware of Appium for years now as I’m an app developer but I’ve not (yet) used this tool on any of my projects. For those that don’t know, Appium is a mobile testing framework built upon the Webdriver …

A Beginner’s Guide to Testing Blockchain Applications

Here’s my next post which appeared first on Simple Programmer.. During the last few months of 2017, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies were being talked about by some media sources on a daily basis. These currencies, which had been around for years, were suddenly experiencing major growth. For example, the price of bitcoin has grown from …