Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Revolutionizing Test Engineering with ChatGPT: Exploring the Possibilities of AI in Testing


The field of test engineering is constantly evolving, with new tools and technologies emerging every day. One such innovation is the use of language models like ChatGPT in test engineering. ChatGPT's ability to generate text based on patterns it has learned from large amounts of training data has the potential to revolutionize the way we approach testing. In this blog post, we will explore the various ways that ChatGPT could impact the craft of test engineering, including its use in generating test cases, improving test coverage, and automating test maintenance. Whether you are a seasoned test engineer or just starting out, this post will give you a glimpse into the exciting possibilities that ChatGPT offers for the future of testing.

Friday, January 27, 2023

Maximizing Your Employability as a Software Engineer in Test


Employability refers to a person's ability to quickly find an attractive job opportunity that matches their skills and qualifications. Recent layoffs in Big Tech companies such as Twitter, Google, and Spotify have highlighted the importance of employability for IT specialists. These layoffs have shown that even highly skilled and experienced professionals can be affected by changes in the industry or company-specific issues. Therefore, it is crucial for IT specialists to be aware of their employability and to take steps to improve it.

Saturday, January 21, 2023

Maximizing Performance with Gatling: A Beginner's Guide to Load Testing


Gatling is a powerful open-source load testing tool designed to help developers and performance engineers test the performance and scalability of their web applications. It's written in Scala and it's based on the Akka toolkit, which means it's highly extensible and easily integrated with other tools.

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Superest API testing library

Supertest is a popular JavaScript library for testing HTTP APIs. It allows developers to send HTTP requests to their server-side code and assert that the response meets certain criteria.