Blogspy 238: Best of Testing Blog Posts This WeekGo Back
- Posted by Ronan
Blogspy returns for another edition. Stay updated with our compilation of testing blog posts this week. Each week we bring you our favourite QA and testing blog posts by the testing community. This week we feature posts on levels of testing, quality, selenium, exploratory testing and more.
This post looks at the four different levels of testing, when they are used and how they are used. It explores how testing can be divided into each of these levels.
Read More on Levels of Testing here
How does a team achieve quality? In this post, Anne-Marie shares a roadmap to moving towards quality that can be reached by your team.
Read More on Achieving Quality here
Continuing the How To series of posts on using Selenium, Anton looks in detail at using Page Objects with Selenium. In this post he examines how to create a single place for handling the WebDriver initialisation and creation of page objects.
Read More on Page Objects in Selenium here
In a wide-ranging post,
Read More on Crowd Testing here
Taking on her own experience and thought processes from working with customers or teams who want to have manual test scripts executed, Alex explains why she thinks exploratory testing could be the answer.
Read More here
Less of a blog post and more of a resource, this post shares what are some of the resources that you might find useful for automation testing.
Read More here
Read Last Week’s Blogspy here
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