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Load testing types: load, stress, soak, spike. Examples in k6 load testing toolPosted on:August 12, 2022
Load testing is a well-known technique of software testing to make sure, that system we’re working on, behaves in a way, we’d like to.
Separate or project repository to store tests? Which, why, and when?Posted on:December 13, 2021
While starting to work with end-to-end tests, one of the first questions is where to store them. Alongside source code or in separate repository? Two solutions, both slightly different.
Six things you should consider while designing a test architecturePosted on:February 23, 2021
The beginning of automated tests in a project is easy and difficult at the same time. You can start smoothly, using base architecture, simple tests, etc - and it's gonna work! But...
Importance of CI/CD and parallelisation in test automationPosted on:January 31, 2021
With growing test architecture, we are facing various problems. Execution time, flakiness, duplicate test cases etc. Tests are becoming hard to manage and we may start to feel like writing and maintaining them is meaningless.
Who is a Quality Assurance Engineer and what should he know?Posted on:January 17, 2021
Have you ever think about steps in the testing journey? Manual tester, QA, QA Engineer, Test Developer, SDET, TestOps? There are many ways you can develop in. But today, I want to stick with one - QA Engineer.
What is screenshot, UI, API, and performance testing?Posted on:December 28, 2020
Building a product, we face the moment that we need more types of tests. Screenshot, UI, API, or Performance? There are many of them and every one is designed for other purposes.