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Creating A Test Automation Portfolio Episode 5: UI Web Browser testing using Cypress

OVERVIEW Languge: JavaScript IDE: VSCode Runner: Cypress Runner, called from NPM Source Code Management Tool: Github via Github Desktop Type of Tests: UI / Web browser automation Websites Tested: Opencart and todomvc Intro This blog continues my journey of creating a test automation portfolio, which I started back in at the start of August (aka that time whenContinue reading “Creating A Test Automation Portfolio Episode 5: UI Web Browser testing using Cypress”

Creating A Test Automation Portfolio Episode 4: API testing for Restful Booker using Postman

OVERVIEW Languge: JavaScript IDE: Postman Desktop Source Code Management Tool: Github via Github Desktop Type of Tests: API Website Tested: Restful Booker Intro This blog continues my journey of creating a test automation portfolio, which has been ongoing for a few months now. Although I’ve covered API testing in an earlier post, I wanted to includeContinue reading “Creating A Test Automation Portfolio Episode 4: API testing for Restful Booker using Postman”

Creating A Test Automation Portfolio Episode 3: Taiko, Gauge and JavaScript

OVERVIEW Languge: JavaScript IDE: Visual Studio Code Source Code Management Tool: Github via Github Desktop Type of Tests: Taiko, Gauge UI and API level automation Website Tested: Various including The-Internet, Gauge.org Intro This episode is a brief one, all about my continuing odyssey of creating a test automation portfolio. This time, I’m following the advice theContinue reading “Creating A Test Automation Portfolio Episode 3: Taiko, Gauge and JavaScript”

Not getting opportunities you should be? Try a Reputation Audit

For a major upcoming talk in October, I’ve been thinking about how successful testers seem to carve out their own futures. In my twelve years of experience in this industry, I’ve worked with many people over the years who on the face of it seem to be… jammy. They just never seem to struggle toContinue reading “Not getting opportunities you should be? Try a Reputation Audit”

Creating A Test Automation Portfolio Bonus Episode: NUnit testing of Restful Booker

In this post, I want to continue to walk through my long-term goal of creating a test automation portfolio. This time it is a bonus section, because it wasn’t in my original set of tasks to include NUnit testing. However, I’m a big believer in not trying to reinvent the wheel, and after taking BrendanContinue reading “Creating A Test Automation Portfolio Bonus Episode: NUnit testing of Restful Booker”

Creating A Test Automation Portfolio Episode 2: RPA Testing

OVERVIEW Languge: VB.Net / UiPath proprietary language IDE: UiPath Studio Source Code Management Tool: Github via Github Desktop Type of Tests: UiPath Website Tested: My Local Gym In my last blog post, I outlined my goals for a test automation portfolio. In this post, I’d like to talk about how I’ve been doing with theContinue reading “Creating A Test Automation Portfolio Episode 2: RPA Testing”

Creating a Test Automation Portfolio Episode 1: Setting a Goal

Not for the first time, I’d like to give my thanks to Angie Jones for her post “10 portfolio projects for aspiring test automation engineers“. Reading it made perfect sense to me, so much so that I wondered why I hadn’t thought about creating a portfolio before. If someone were to come to an interviewContinue reading “Creating a Test Automation Portfolio Episode 1: Setting a Goal”

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