Jason focuses on Ruby, Ruby on Rails, and especially testing in Ruby with tools like Rspec, Capybara, and Factory Bot. He also hosts a podcast called the Rails with Jason podcast.
Gleb is the VP Engineering at Cypress and has published over 300 blog posts about working with Cypress for test automation, continuous integration, testing in React, and web security. He's also authored 300+ open source projects.
Learn about the Rapid software testing methodology and more on software testing from one of its creators and practitioners, James Bach. He's also written books on testing, including Lessons Learned in Software Testing, and Secrets of a Buccaneer-Scholar.
A Software Testing and Development Blog covering Test Automation, Exploratory Testing, Technical Testing, Selenium WebDriver, API Testing written by Alan Richardson, a professional software tester from the UK. Recent posts cover topics like REST API testing and change detection through automation.
Michael Bolton blog covers the Rapid software testing methodology and software testing as a whole. He writes about topics like dealing with management as a tester, regression testing, and the relationship between product and testing.
Blog on testing tips & tricks in Cypress.io. Frontend developers and QA engineers will find solutions to common (or not so common) testing problems as well as some specialities he's collected over the 4 years he's been using Cypress.
Blog from Joe Masilotti, an independent developer who's passionate about clean, testable code. He builds, tests, and deploys Ruby on Rails, Turbolinks, and iOS apps. Mostly focused on testing and product dev for Rails and iOS.
A blog on Software Testing by Corina Pip. Many tips on software testing and cartoon strips on software testing too, covering testing with Java, Selenium, TestNG, Maven, Spring, IntelliJ and friends.
Angie writes about test automation and automation strategies. She covers topics like Selenium, Webdriver, Cucumber, testing in Java, Cypress, and other test automation tools.
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