7 Ways to Kick Start Your Manual Testing Career

The first and Second part of our Manual Testing Series covered the basics of Manual Testing and its process. If you haven’t read it yet, please do so before continuing with this article to connect better.

Can’t do? Of course, thoughts and suggestions shared in this article can be used independently as well. This last part is about the preparation and possible ways to get into a software testing job/career.

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7-Step Practical Implementation of Manual Testing Before Production Release

In the previous post of this series around Manual Testing, I tried to throw as much light as possible on the basics of Manual Testing.

If you missed it, you can read it here.

I hope it was successful in taking you as close as possible to the answers you were looking for.

In that case, wouldn’t you love to know more about the practical implementation of Manual Testing, how to get more familiar with it and how to actually start a career in it?  Continue reading →

Manual Testing Tutorials for ALL the Testers: Getting the Basics Right

We will be covering different aspects of manual testing through this series of manual testing tutorials for beginners as well as experienced professionals.

Well, what does the word ‘Manual Testing’ tell you? Any testing which you do manually right? Though it be manual functional testing or measuring the response time of a web page manually or a security test which you perform manually. Same is not the case with our Testing industry. :)  Continue reading →

Integration of Jenkins with Selenium WebDriver: Step-by-Step Tutorial

Step by step guide to Setup and Configure Jenkins with Selenium:

Jenkins is an open source tool written in Java. It provides continuous delivery and continuous integration service for software development.  It automates your manual task of code deployment process from development box – QA – Stage – Production.

Jenkins supports many plugins which you can integrate such as Git, SVN, build pipeline and many more.  Continue reading →

How to Run Selenium WebDriver in Different Popular Browsers

Selenium supports only web-based applications and to open them we need a browser. Selenium can support various browser for test automation.

In this tutorial, we will explain how to set up drivers for the different browsers available in the market.

In current industry, there are only three popular browsers which are widely used i.e. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. However, Selenium supports other browsers as well. To execute our script on different browsers we need the driver of that browser.  Continue reading →