Whether you've already experimented with mutation testing or want to learn more about it, here are some great insights from Goran Petrović about this approach, including examples of common problems.
Interesting statement. After all, if a test never failed, meaning it never found a bug, then what's the value of it? Jonathan Thompson shares some thoughts on that and explains why the fail-first approach is healthy for implementing automated tests.
A great complementary read is Corina Pip's reminder that using retries in tests can hide the bugs.
GraphQL APIs are getting more and more popular so it's interesting to see they can be tested with tools designed for RESTful API testing, namely REST Assured, as Bas Dijkstra shows.
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