Bug or Feature? The Never Ending Tester-Developer Debate

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Bug or Feature? The Never Ending Tester-Developer Debate

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Welcome to the Feb Start,2024 edition of Software Testing Digest!

This issue is our 15th🎖️edition which showcases the latest in software testing, including industry trends, tools, techniques, and expert insights to keep you ahead in the game. Let's dive right in!


Highlights if you are in a hurry 🏃 

Is this a bug, a missing feature, or neither?

Software makers have this question a lot. They get some feedback from a user, and they must decide if it’s a bug, a missing feature, or neither. In this article author will explore this question using the analogy of a car

Implementing AI in Software Testing: Creating a Text Generation Model for Test Automation

The article discusses the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into software testing processes. Specifically, it may focus on the development of a text generation model designed for test automation purposes

Access Playwright Trace Viewer & Reports Online via Amazon S3

This article provides information on how to access Playwright Trace Viewer and reports online using Amazon S3.

Intro to Terraform and how it is related to test automation infrastructure

This article covers the basics of Terraform and explains how it can be utilized in the context of setting up and managing infrastructure for test automation purposes.

Circuit Breaker Testing Essentials

In the realm of software systems, circuit breakers serve as guardian angels, preventing cascading failures. This blog post delves into the meticulous testing of these guardians under various scenarios


In this thought-provoking article, the author likely navigates through a technical puzzle, dissecting whether the encountered issue is a mere bug, a feature gap, or an uncharted territory within the dynamic landscape of software development. The exploration dives into the nuances of problem-solving in technology..……..

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Embarking on the journey of incorporating artificial intelligence into the realm of software testing, this in-depth piece not only guides readers through the intricacies of the process but also sheds light on the transformative impact of creating a text generation model. The focus is on revolutionizing and automating test scenarios through cutting-edge AI applications.……..

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As a practical guide, this article meticulously walks readers through the steps of leveraging Amazon S3 for online access to Playwright Trace Viewer and reports. The emphasis is on demonstrating the seamless integration of Playwright trace data into a cloud storage environment, fostering efficiency and scalability for testing endeavors.…….

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Unveiling the basics of Terraform, this article not only introduces readers to the fundamental concepts but also illustrates the tool's integral role in establishing and maintaining infrastructure tailored specifically for robust test automation. The narrative aims to empower readers with insights into harnessing Terraform for the optimization of testing environments..……..

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Going beyond the basics, this insightful article delves into the indispensable aspects of circuit breaker testing. It not only offers foundational knowledge but also serves as a practical resource, equipping readers with the necessary tools and methodologies for effective testing of both electrical and software systems. It stands as an authoritative guide in the field of circuit breaker testing.……..

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Tweeting the Latest in Test - Our Newsletter Roundup of Top Tech Tweet 😀 

Here is a interesting thread for you trending on twitter for #testing on Common pitfalls and how to overcome them during Automation

Testing Takes LinkedIn by Storm: The Latest Posts and Insights from Top Testing Professionals 🤪 

Here is a link to interesting LinkedIn Post on Top 10 Java Questions post #testing #sdet #testautomation #automation #career…

GitHub Gems: Curated Collection of Cool Repos for Testers and Tech Enthusiasts 📚️ 

Here is a curated list of GitHub repos which you might be interested to have a look on :

  1. Automation API Generator: -This project has created to relieve work load as SDET or Automation Test Engineer. In moderation, automation API code able to write with only run the script and generate from Postman collection. You just export the collection, and run the Generator to write the automation code.- Link

  2. CynkyAutomation: - powered by Selenium, Specflow and ML.Net with detailed HTML Reporting, Machine Learning Analysis, Automatic Waiting & Logging capabilities - CynkyAutomation framework can handle any website that is built using AJAX, React, AngularJS, Vue.js, Single Page Applications, Salesforce, Dynamics 365 CRM and many more.  - Link



  • Jest : There are tons of JavaScript test automation frameworks out there that you might choose from, but Jest seems to be the most developer-friendly. - Link

  • Mabl : Mabl is one of the newer automation testing tools on the market that focuses on the hot trend of using AI and machine learning to help folks with their testing efforts. - Link

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  • In the ever-evolving world of technology and innovation, the landscape of employment can be unpredictable. Join us in this video as we delve into the concerning topic of tech layoffs in the year 2024.- Link

  • Don't miss this opportunity to take your Selenium skills to the next level. Watch this video and start working on these 5 important projects to become a proficient Selenium tester. - Link

That's it for this week's edition of software weekly digest. We hope you found these articles and insights helpful in your software testing journey.

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Happy testing, and see you next week!

Best regards,

Yashwanth Baratam 🙋‍♂️ 

Author - Content team

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