Shift-left can be very effective. In order to get the benefits, we need to change behavior at the org, team and code level.
Shift-left is the battle cry of productivity today. Letting the developers be accountable for their quality is not new though. Shift left’s origins is in XP.
What are verification tests? They are time savers you need to write, apart from the regular tests. This post explains the need, and gives examples of tests.
We should be testing features, not isolated APIs. This post shows how a single API can create the wrong impression and what to do about it.
We should be testing features, not isolated APIs. This post shows different ways to check the APIs work, and even more the features, by using different APIs
What happens when we send HTTP requests? What’s being really passed there? Today we’ll see a bit of difference between CUrl and Postman.
Model-based testing is the basis of more unified, less error prone, development process. It impacts requirements, coding and testing.
What happens when we send HTTP requests? What’s being really passed there? We’ll look under the hood of CUrl and Postman.
What we call “Testability” is really made up of properties. This post on reproducibility is part of a series of the four pillars of testability.