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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant 7h
great. happy to learn that it expanded your options for testing :)
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 16
Another free chrome extension for exploratory testing. Can be used standalone without any service signup. Might be worth a quick look to see if fits your personal workflow.
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 15
The current print magazine has a good article on Allan Cecil, the Tas Bot and Tool Assisted Speedrunning
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 13
Currently having fun reading the WebDriver W3C spec and using to issue HTTP REST messages to ChromeDriver to manipulate Chrome Browser
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 13
Thanks James. Good to see lots of notes :)
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 12
Blog post describing the use of WebDriver during pen testing to take screenshots and for form fuzzing from
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 12
A good concise example of state machine model based automating using JavaScript from
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 11
The slides for my presentation at QCon
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 11
Thanks. Good to meet you today.
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 11
An overview of the Java and new Kotlin interfaces for REST Assured by
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 10
I found a link to devdocs when searching for stuff - a useful hub for viewing docs for various technologies
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 10
A concise explanation of using an "Approval Testing" assertion approach for API automating based on swagger documentation in .Net from Joseph Woodward
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 10
Getting involved with code reviews can help you understand the code, and the thinking behind the code. I also use tools like findbugs to help me when I work on my on. And has a documented experience report in this blog post.
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 9
A concise description of promises in JavaScript from
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 9
A description of testing and automating an API from the blog
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 9
Wow. Load Testing from R - I didn't expect that. Very interesting.
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Matthew Mayo Sep 8
Regex Crossword - Learn regex by practice "Welcome to the fantastic world of nerdy regex fun! Start playing by selecting one of the puzzle challenges below. There are a wide range of difficulties from beginner to expert."
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 8
Hi, not from me. I don't really use Python so not my area of expertise.
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foone May 10
Today's weird discovery: Pilotwings (1991) has a set of demos that play if you don't press any keys, and one of them acts differently depending on when your cartridge was made, basically. Does the plane crash or not?
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Alan Richardson - Software Testing Consultant Sep 7
Thanks to the open source nature of Selenium WebDriver and WebDriver Manager (thanks to all the project contributors of both projects) I was able to hack together a config for my Automation Abstractions examples project
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