Greg Paskal on the "Craft of Testing" Youtube Channel, talks about the trap of "Going for Green" or writing tests with the aim of making sure they pass. He has some great points and I recommend the video. Here are my comments from watching his post: Two big differences I see with writing test automation … Continue reading Tests need to fail
If you use VMWare vCloudDirector administration tool for managing your virtualization datacenter, you should be aware of the following vulnerability and patch your systems. "An authenticated, high privileged malicious actor with network access to the VMware Cloud Director tenant or provider may be able to exploit a remote code execution vulnerability to gain access to … Continue reading VMWare Cloud Director Security Vulnerability
"Are you only interested in test automation?" I was asked this question casually, and here is my (detailed) response: My opinion is that test automation serves 3 main purposes: 1. Help developers move faster by giving them rapid feedback as to whether their changes “broke” anything.2. Help testers move faster and find bugs better by … Continue reading Are you only interested in test automation?
Yet another victory over MacOS!To stop MacOS from rearranging your virtual desktops (after you have them just the way you want them):Go to System Preferences > Mission ControlUncheck "Automatically rearrange Spaces based on most recent use" Thanks to:https://www.appsntips.com/learn/how-to-stop-mac-spaces-from-rearranging-themselves-on-macos/ P.S. If virtual desktops (or "Spaces" as Apple calls them) are new to you: Press "F3" to … Continue reading Stop MacOS from rearranging virtual desktops