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Enhancing Software Testing with Large Language Models: Navigating the Challenge of Hallucinations

Software testing is an indispensable stage in the software development lifecycle, tasked with verifying application reliability, security, and performance before deployment. This process evaluates software components to ensure they adhere to specified requirements and perform reliably under varied conditions.

Selenium Python Tutorial for Beginners

In today’s rapidly evolving software development landscape, the dependability and functionality of web applications are really important. When used in conjunction with Python, Selenium presents a sophisticated answer to many urgent issues faced in the test automation area. It effectively tackles the need for swift, consistent, and precise testing of web applications across various browsers and environments.

TDD and BDD Strategies to Improve Software Quality

According to a study by Stack Overflow, developers spend approximately 50% of their time debugging and fixing issues in their code. As a software engineer, I understand the problem first-hand. We pour our heart and soul into building applications, yet bugs persist despite our best efforts. While some are caught during compilation, others lurk undetected, potentially causing damage and financial woes. That’s why rigorous testing of applications becomes crucial before market launch.

Click, Pay, Secure: The Hidden World of Payment System Testing

I live in Copenhagen. The winter is dark and cold, and I need a coffee to get my day started. Luckily for me, there is a cafe in the building. I find enough energy to get myself into some decent winter clothing and leave the comfort of my warm apartment. The patient staff at the cafe gets me my Cappuccino and gently asks “Would you like to pay with the App or a Card”? I said, “with card please” – as do 90% of people in the Nordics.

Understanding Mock Objects in Software Testing: A Tale of Simulated Reality

In the ever-changing realm of software development, the concept of mock objects often emerges as a source of optimism amidst the tumultuous testing and debugging process. These simulated objects are not just mere jargon in a developer’s vocabulary; they are vital instruments that imitate the behavior of actual objects in controlled settings.

Being a Modern Software Tester

The role of the software tester has expanded well beyond the traditional task of finding bugs. Today’s testers are pivotal in fostering high-quality, robust, and user-focused products. This comprehensive article explores the multi-faceted role of testers, emphasizing the shift towards a proactive quality mindset, technical and analytical skills, strategic involvement, and continuous learning in the pursuit of excellence.

Get Fuzzing: An Introduction to Advanced Software Testing for Java and JavaScript

There are many techniques for software testing. However, if you haven’t heard of or used fuzzing, also known as “fuzz testing”, this may be the best post you have ever read. This article will explain what fuzzing is, from its inception in the late 1980s to its evolution to be “smart” today. After that, this article will explain how to use smart fuzzers like Jazzer and Jazzer.js to fuzz Java and JavaScript code, respectively.

Test Steps with ZeroStep and Playwright

Have you ever found yourself struggling to identify relevant selectors while writing automation test steps? Have you considered an alternative approach to crafting readable test scenarios without relying on tools like Cucumber, ensuring accessibility to both technical and non-technical stakeholders? If you’ve pondered these questions, this blog post is tailor-made for you.

Test Automation in the AI Era: Embracing Change to Stay Ahead

In the ever-evolving landscape of software testing, the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has not just been a game-changer; it’s been a paradigm shift. Test automation, once a static process, has metamorphosed into a dynamic and intelligent entity, reshaping how we approach quality assurance.

How to Handle Multiple Windows in Selenium?

Selenium WebDriver has emerged as a potent tool for web automation, allowing testers and developers to simulate user interactions with web applications. However, the web environment isn’t always straightforward. Modern web applications often open multiple browser windows or tabs, presenting a challenge when automating tests. Understanding how to handle these multiple windows within Selenium WebDriver is crucial for effective automation.