Content Summary for October 2021 EvilTester.com and Patreon.
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I forgot to post summaries for previous months. I uploaded September 2021, August 2021, and July 2021 at the same time as this post. All the monthly summaries are in their own category if you want to browse.
Twitter October 2021
Some content that I wrote for AG Grid
- I wrote a blog post tutorial for @ag_grid describing the creation of a browser based Podcast Player using React. https://t.co/cq97EfVuoi Includes two coding videos. The code repo has React Testing Library Examples.
- A blog post on creating a sliding puzzle game in React using AG Grid
All the blog posts that I write for AG Grid can be found here: https://blog.ag-grid.com/author/alan/
An API Client plugin for VS Code called Thunder Client
- A good article explaining Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS)
- It was national poetry day. So a gentle reminder that I wrote a book of Childrens Poems
Blog Posts For October 2021
A tool to randomly generate test data in a table and export to markdown, csv, gherkin or html.
Patreon Posts For October 2021
I watched a talk that I provided to Nordic Testing Days in 2017 and revisit an answer about constant learning.
How I wrote an interpreter to call the faker api to generate random test data.
I updated my Markdown & CSV Data Table Editor to generate random data.
One of the worst things in IT is finding a security issue in a 3rd party site. Case study in providing evidence to avoid objections to fix.
Notes from the final 30 or so pages of Drucker’s ‘The New Realities’
There are two main ways I’ve seen of tackling Technical Debt.
This is a list of content I posted in September 2021.
September 2021 Collated PDFs
Some notes on communication and defect writing.
I like studying ads. They are a masterclass in distilled communication. Testing examples however…
What makes a good demo? Simple, Easy to Grok, Robust…
Price is a vector, of which value is only one part.
Using games and challenges for learning.
Ambiguous requirements? Wrong requirements? Lack of experience? Complexity? Speed?
Logical vs Physical and abstraction evaluation.
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