Best browser add-ons for Testing part. 2

It has been a while since I wrote my first post "Best browser add-ons for web testing", in fact it's been a while since I wrote anything at all. But since last time, I've found some other useful tools that I want to share now. This time I have five more add-ons to share: Dummy Form Filler for Firefox / Form Filler for … Continue reading Best browser add-ons for Testing part. 2

Managing several Android devices in single commands

From my contribution in my former company's blog Recently, while working on a mobile project, I found myself spending a lot of time connecting a device, uninstalling the previous version of the Application Under Test (AUT), installing the new one, and then disconnecting the device, just to do it again on another 6 or 7 … Continue reading Managing several Android devices in single commands

What to look for when starting a i18n project

Hey, everybody! It’s been awhile since my last blog post. I've been busy with lots of stuff such as becoming a dad to a beautiful little girl (with another on-the-way!), learning more about testing, and actually testing stuff too! But I'll try to come back and write more. update: It's been a while since I … Continue reading What to look for when starting a i18n project

To automate or not to automate, that is the question

This post was written a few years ago. It may have outdated dates and content and may not reflect my most current opinions. During about the 4 years I have on the Software QA world I've been researching about the new techniques, methodologies, etc., on the field. Since the beginning almost empirically I've found on … Continue reading To automate or not to automate, that is the question