Pluralsight and Linux Academy: what’s in common?

If you remember, I’ve reviewed one educational online resource – Codeasy. If you haven’t tried it yet, I’d recommend you. Today’s article will extend these review series with 2 well-known and powerful online educational platforms – Pluralsight and Linux Academy. As usual, I’ll be talking about their pros and cons and how they may be…

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Do you need a mentor?

– All code I write is… bullshit? – Yes, it is. (conversation between 2 developers somewhere in the Middle-earth) The cruel truth is that the dialogue above is valid for most of the people involved in programming to some extent (developers, automation guys, DevOps, etc.). It sounds crazy because you like coding, you do our…

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Should automation testers dive into manual testing?

I’ve been quite busy for a few weeks, that’s why I wasn’t posting any articles. However, a blog with lots of code in posts will become boring eventually. That’s why I thought that some general talking about quality assurance may be useful. Do you think that automation guys should do manual testing activities? This is…

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NUnit 3.7 new features overview

Fresh baked NUnit 3.7 version has been released less than one month ago and it’s a good time to see what’s inside our favorite test framework that we can utilize in our tests. First of all, let’s emphasize the main changes and improvements from the around 70 bugfixes and new features that NUnit authors have…

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Brain Crash Test: TestNG framework (quiz)

Hi, everyone! This post is a little bit different than the previous ones that I’ve posted for the last 1-2 months. Last 2 weeks I was thinking about different ways of effective knowledge checking and making some investigations in this area. It’s probably not a secret for you that lots of existing online quizzes, tests…

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