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Dominik Szahidewicz

Software Developer

Application Consultant working as a Tech Writer

chaos testing guide

Chaos Testing: Everything You Need To Know

About a decade ago, Netflix team introducedfirst chaos test, coinciding with their migration to AWS (Amazon Web Services). This transition aimed to prevent scalability issues and single points of failure, prompting the creation of two key principles: avoiding singular failure points and not being overly confident in their implementation.

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SaaS Testing Guide: All You Need to Know

Software as a Service (SaaS) has revolutionized the way software development businesses operate by offering on-demand access to various applications without the need for extensive installations or hardware maintenance (it operates in cloud).

Quality Engineering vs Quality Assurance

Quality Engineering vs Quality Assurance: Goals & Differences

Quality assurance (QA) and quality engineering (QE) are essential components of the software development process, ensuring that products meet the highest standards of performance and reliability. While the terms are often used interchangeably, they encompass distinct roles and responsibilities within the software development lifecycle.

Benefits of CI/CD Pipeline

Benefits of CI/CD Pipeline Implementation

Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) are both practices in software development that aim to improve the efficiency, quality, and reliability of software development processes. They are often used in conjunction to streamline the process of delivering software to users.

Parallel Testing: A Guide for Software Testers

Parallel Testing: A Guide for Software Testers

In this article, we will explore what Parallel Testing is, when to use it, its advantages and limitations, automation possibilities, testing tools, best practices, and an example of a successful Parallel Testing implementation.

Atomic Test Cases The Ultimate Guide

Atomic Test Cases - the Ultimate Guide

Atomic Test Case is a specialized type of automated test case that focuses on testing a single, small, and discrete functionality of a software application in isolation. The goal is to thoroughly validate the behavior and correctness of a particular feature or function. Dive in for automation best practises for atomic testing.