December 31, 2018

Best QA Posts of 2018

QA was a new topic added this year. The goal was to post useful tools and techniques that I use all the time.

In December, I changed the Monday post to focus more on Amazon Alexa apps that I recently created. QA Post should return sometime in January 2019.

Best QA Posts of 2018

Here is the most useful post that I found this year.

  1. Google Testing Blog - Great place to learn how Google tests their software. You can learn all about current strategies and what works in a high availability environment.
  2. Postmortem Document - When releases go bad it's good to learn what happened and come with ideas to prevent future failures. This postmortem document is a useful way to organize the Postmortem meeting.
  3. BugMagnet - A must have Chrome extension to test form fields. Great way to validate emails and credit card fields.
  4. Jira Short cuts for QA - Move around Jira quicker and be more productive. Lots of people have use this for a quick reference.
  5. EditThisCookie - A Chrome extension that makes it easy way to modify the browser cookie.
  6. Throw Away Email Accounts - Great resource for when your testing email functionality. Easy to use and validate emails.

Goals for 2019

In 2019, I plan to focus more on techniques and strategies in QA testing. Together we'll learn how an increase in features and functionality doesn't matter as long as you have a good weekly testing strategy - which includes automation.

I am looking forward to learning more and sharing some cool QA tools.

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