Hey! welcome to another edition of "Look what I've found". This time our guest is one of the biggest companies out there. This is surely not worthy of one of those $1M bounties but still, pretty easy to spot and fix, one of the classic errors of the automated emailing world.
Hey Experian, my real, legal last name has a space. What do we do here?
Oh my good old friend Firefox Guess what's the bug?.. Tricky, right?.
I was talking with some friends, the other day about how I got 3 letters on my mailbox. All of them were the exactly same letter, but one was sent to Yeomans G. Rivera, the second one was sent to Gustavo R. Yeomans, and the third one was sent to Gustavo RiveraYeomans. None of which … Continue reading Validations of the Name Field
This one is kind of silly. This is one of the information screens in the Museum I guess internet connection wasn't very reliable there.
Starting a new blog category. Look what I've found. In this category, I'll showcase things that look like bugs to me, that I've found out there in the wild. I'll try to do some comments on why I think it is a bug, possible ways to fix them, and how to investigate or where to look. The first bug … Continue reading Look what I’ve found
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
Note: this is a repost of my original article, dates and other data can refer to stuff in the past or things might be outdated. I'll try to do my best on updating it but I may leave something by mistake or keep the narrative intact from when I originally wrote the article. From my … Continue reading Hackd Project: “Really Remote Starter”
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
In this new post, I'll try to go over all the steps needed to correctly setup Appium on a Mac. It depends on a few tools and libraries and requires some steps to set it up succesfully. What is Appium? From the official page: "Appium is an open source test automation framework for use with … Continue reading First time Appium configuration in Mac OS X