Content Summary for March 2022 EvilTester.com and Patreon.
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The content summary was released a little later than normal this month because I’ve been working on a custom LMS to make my courses available to Patreon supporters as part of their set of benefits. I have updated TesterHQ.com to make this easier to access, but… more on that in a future post.
Stuff on social that caught my eye.
This thread on Hacker One security testing approaches seemed to have a lot of overlap with Software Testing:
I released a conference talk recording About Agile Test Management from National Software Testing Conference in 2018.
These tools might help if you are working with Python. Virtual environments, Flake8, Black, Pytest:
James Lyndsay wrote an interesting blog post on approaching black box puzzles:
Also The Raster Reveal Exercise:
I found this blog post on creating games using AI to be interesting reading:
A list of open source security web scanners:
I used this online cUrl tool for some adhoc work:
A beginner’s course to React from Kent Dobbs, on YouTube:
Blog Posts For March 2022
Content created and collated for EvilTester.com, Patreon and Social for February 2022
Model based means different things to different people, these thoughts were triggered by random slogans relating to models and testing.
Patreon Posts For March 2022
A few things occurred to me from a ‘how I manage’ perspective today.
I like it when the unexpected happens and forces me to reinvestigate and learn. Examples… and reflections.
When I ran the bots multi browser, I wasn’t expected to see a difference. My belief was completely shattered when I tried it.
I’m experimenting with a new tool idea for automatically tracking content.
Periodically I revisit ‘words’ that I’ve used to describe testing and see how I feel about them now.
Some notes on text frament hash tags.
If you have not yet taken part in then James Lyndsay rasterreveal exercise then give it a shot before reading this.
Coincidentally, about an hour after I posted on Patreon, James Lyndsay released a tweet with an exercise in his blog post covering similar g
One process involved in general modelling is categorisation.Other words I might use to describe this: sorting, grouping, relating.
The hard part about ‘keep it simple’ is not remember to keep it simple, it is identifying what is actually simple
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