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Apr 10, 2019 by Bob Reselman (Guest Author) [Security, Blog, Modern Tech]

With the rise of new tech, a plethora of engineering jobs become available. This has opened up a number of unique and diverse career paths for software testers as well, such as security testing and management. In this article, you’ll find information about why...

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Apr 3, 2019 by Chou Yang [CI/CD, Blog, devops]

We've teamed up with Detectify, an automated web application and domain security company powered by white hat hackers, to discuss how security and testing can be automated into your CI/CD pipeline. This article goes into how automated testing helps QA scale up...

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Mar 27, 2019 by Eric Tatar [machine learning, Automated Testing, Blog]

testtalks.com founder Joe Colantonio, who has been an advocate and public figure in the automation testing space for years, came out with a blog post back in January featuring 7 predictions for how the state of automation testing would evolve in 2019. We found...

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Mar 13, 2019 by Lisa Crispin [Blog, DevTestOps]

How testing processes change when you “shift left”

 

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Feb 27, 2019 by Lisa Crispin and Steve Vance [Test Automation, Blog]

Powerful Test Automation Practices

Welcome to our series of articles introducing you to tried-and-true practices and patterns that help teams create valuable automated tests. Your team can apply these basic concepts to build up tests that quickly inform you about...

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Feb 20, 2019 by Parveen Khan (Guest Author) [Continuous Testing, Blog, Continuous Delivery, Continuous Integration]

 

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Feb 15, 2019 by Izzy Azeri [Automated Testing, mabl, Blog]

This article has been modified since its original publication to include the latest updates to the mabl Trainer.

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Feb 13, 2019 by Lisa Crispin [Software Development, Blog, software quality]

Shift left, shift right – what are we shifting, and why?

As more teams embrace the challenges of continuous delivery, we hear lots of people talking about “shift left” and “shift right” in a testing context. What does that mean, exactly, and why does everyone...

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Feb 8, 2019 by Anton Hristov [mabl, Blog, Product]

In the past month we made it easier to use JavaScript with mabl and significantly enhanced the Journey output logs so that you can diagnose failing tests faster. We also launched a new product feedback portal where you can submit, vote and track feature requests.

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Feb 5, 2019 by Jason Simon (Guest Author) [Selenium, mabl, Blog, DevTestOps]

Introduction

In a previous article, I did a comparison between a few automated testing tools from a beginner's perspective. I examined Selenium IDE, Test.im and mabl, walking through a basic process in order to become familiar with automated testing in general,...

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