I loved this article by Artur Basak who explained in a simple visual way pretty much every practical type of test you may want to implement, providing with some code examples too.
PS. It's a premium article on Medium, so if you can't access it, simply open the link in a private tab.
Nikolay Advolodkin shares his idea on how Cucumber can be used to allow manual testers automate tests. It may still require engineers to support them implement the framework, but I liked the idea.
There are many dedicated performance testing tools (of which many were already mentioned in the previous issues) but it turns outs that even Postman can be used to do the job. Just take a look at Anna Dolnyk's simple script.
The first thing you may think of when it comes to testing inputs is putting values like -1, 0, empty string, and so on. But there's more to that, as Dennis Martinez explains in this thorough article, especially from the security point of view.
Every time I mention about 100% coverage, there is always at least one engineer in the room saying that it’s pointless.
Francesco Borzì shares his interesting point of view on maxing out the test coverage for unit tests.