Is Software Testing a good career choice for a Fresher? Many Freshers opt for Testing because it seems to be a non-programming career. We have become engineers but still don’t want to learn programming. Testing seems to be an obvious choice.
Programming is integral to IT, and automation is no different. What interviewers are looking for is if you can think of the correct logic or algorithm. It gives them an idea about your logical thinking prowess.
Till now we have focused on numeric arrays. But they are most common. Everybody prepares that for the interview. In order to verify the OOPs concepts, interviewers are now asking about Java string programs instead. Why? Simple – because Java string programs are a bit level high than the simple arrays and it requires you to use different OOPs concepts like Java collections, arrays, String libraries, etc. Additionally, ‘String’ forms one of the important aspect of web applications as well as test data. This article will focus on five such Java String algorithms.
Machine learning is a buzzword in the technology world right now, and for good reason: It represents a major step forward in how computers can learn. Whether you realize it or not, machine learning is one of the most important technology trends – it underlies so many things we use today without even thinking about them. Speech recognition, Amazon and Netflix recommendations, fraud detection, and financial trading are just a few examples of machine learning commonly in use in today’s data-driven world.
Selenium WebDriver makes direct calls to the browser using each browser’s native support for automation. It support multiple browsers, operating systems and programming languages. What’s more? It’s FREE, ‘Open Source’ as we call it! Why do you think it’s so popular? 😉 Though Selenium Webdriver is at the epicenter of automated software testing, it is supported by different tools to make Automation Testing easy, effective & efficient – The Automation Galaxy of Selenium Webdriver tools!
Father’s day, a customary day for the celebration of fatherhood. Ever wondered who started the Software Testing practice? Or who is the pioneer of Software Quality? Who invented the Internet and the World Wide Web? Who wrote the first ever program? Who built the computer? Leave it all, who is the father of computing? On this Father’s day, let’s know about and thank the fathers of technologies shaping our present and the future!
Recently a lot has been written & talked about the future of Manual Testing. Manual Testing is indispensable part of ensuring a high quality software. On the other hand, Automation Tests help you cut down the release cycle time. But usability & human behavior cannot be automated. With reduced time-to-market there is an added pressure on enterprises to seek automation alternatives. With the rise & growth of new technologies, people are more interested in scripting. But Manual Testing is the input to Automation scripts. Unless AI technology matches a human brain, Manual tests are best kept ‘manual’. You cannot automate everything. Cut the crap! Whatever be the debate but still Manual testers are finding it hard to stay relevant in today’s job market. Why?