How to work with redis for test automation

Redis is a powerful in-memory data store that could be used for a variety of test automation use cases. In this post, we setup a redis server on an ubuntu VM and see how we can use redis-cli and a simple Kotlin class to interact with our server.

Why automate tests early

A post on why test automation early and in parallel to the development cycle can help you scale faster and give better and quickly repeatable confidence over your feature ship. And why is there even a need for this in the first place?

How to setup ReportPortal on a local docker instance

Report portal is one of the new reporting solutions available. It supports multiple different test frameworks like TestNG, Cucumber, Pytest and many more. This post is the first in a series of posts on how to set up report portal effectively and leverage the best use out of it.

The problem with titles for testers

An opinionated post on Why focussing on titles is an anti-pattern that should stop in the Testing world and how much better the industry if we all focussed a bit more on learning the activities/practices and what are some of these activities that a tester does.

Working with TestNG data providers in Kotlin

Photo by Juan Gomez on Unsplash Hello there, TestNG needs no introduction, It is one of the more popular test frameworks available in Java/JVM ecosystem and offers many advanced features like running tests in parallel, flexible annotations to do setups and teardowns at different levels and group tests and run them selectively. One of the more useful features... Continue Reading →

7 Myths about software testing

Common misconceptions about testing and the people who perform it. Source: Unsplash Hello there! Being a tester in software engineering comes with its own sets of myths and stigma about the role. This post is about the these misconceptions and i aim to hopefully give an inside perspective of someone who has actually been through... Continue Reading →

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