Organize Your Team’s Email Accounts for Testing
Stop using mailing lists, shared inboxes, and GMail aliases for email testing. Things get messy fast, and often they aren’t easily shared with a team. Mailsac helps your QA team organize test email accounts. You can make private or shared email addresses for each environment and test scenario. Give Mailsac a try for free.
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18 Characteristics of Excellent Software Testing — Ingo Philipp
10 Actionable Tips to Excel as a Test Automation Engineer — Sumon Dey
The Most Important Soft Skill of a Tester — Andrejs Doronins
62 Lessons from 50 Years of Software Experience — Karl Wiegers
10 Years in Testing, 10 Lessons — Maaike Brinkhof
Is API Testing more important than UI Testing? — Ravisuriya Eswara
Testing Doesn’t Add Value to the Product — Michael Bolton
Creating a Test Strategy Using Questions — Diogo Nunes
How to Get Started with Mobile App Testing — Vishal Gaikar
Growing A Culture of Quality — Simon Prior
How to Be a QA Leader — Kristin Jackvony
How The Big Companies Test — Abhijeet Vaikar
Quality in Mobile Apps — Maciej Gąsiorowski
Awesome Testing Courses & Tutorials — Unmesh Gundecha
Top 10 Most Popular Free Test Automation Courses of 2020 — Angie Jones
My Testing Career Cheatsheet — Sam Connelly
How Does a RECRUITER See Testers — Mihaela Sfat
Think twice before you join a startup as a software tester/QA engineer — Raj Navakoti
6 Rules for High-Quality Page Object Patterns — Nikolay Advolodkin
From 1 to 10,000 test cases in under an hour: A beginner's guide to property-based testing — Carolyn Stransky and Fredrik Fornwall
Building test automation infrastructure from scratch — Alexey Altunin
The Complete Front-End Performance Testing Guide — Joe Colantonio
Automating End to End API Testing Flows Guide — David Goichman
A Real-World Example of an Automated Test Pipeline — Dennis Martinez
A Visual Tutorial on Every Type of Test You Can Write — Artur Basak
Welcome to the Special Edition of Software Testing Weekly!
Today's 52nd issue marks a year since I started this project. Over the past year, I've shared with you nearly a thousand (!) carefully selected links.
And on this special occasion, I present you with the best links of 2020. It's a mix of the most popular ones with the ones that I found the most valuable.
Thank you for writing, sharing and reading. I'm amazed by what we've been able to create in a year and I'm excited to see more of that in 2021.
Happy New Year! 🎉Dawid Dylowicz