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Test & Code is a weekly podcast hosted by Brian Okken. The show covers a wide array of topics including software engineering, development, testing, Python programming, and many related topics. When we get into the implementation specifics, that's usually Python, such as Python packaging, tox, pytest, and unittest. However, well over half of the topics are language agnostic, such as data science, DevOps, TDD, public speaking, mentoring, feature testing, NoSQL databases, end to end testing, au ...
 
The Fragmented Podcast is a podcast for Software Developers hosted by Donn Felker and Kaushik Gopal. Our goal is to help you become a better Software Developer. We chat about topics such as Testing, Dependency Injection, Patterns and Practices, useful libraries, and much more. We will also be interviewing some of the top developers out there. Subscribe now and join us on the journey of being a Software Developer.
 
Test Talks is a weekly podcast hosted by Joe Colantonio, which geeks out on all things software test automation. TestTalks covers news found in the testing space, reviews books about automation and speaks with some of the thought leaders in the test automation field. We’ll aim to interview some of today’s most successful and inspiring software engineers and test automation thought leaders.
 
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Software development processes create value, and have waste, in the Lean sense of the word waste. Lean manufacturing and lean software development changed the way we look at value and waste. This episode looks at lean definitions of waste, so we can see it clearly when we encounter it. I'm going to use the term waste and value in future episodes. I…
 
Want to know the best way to increase the visibility of your test automation? In this episode, Nikita Sidorevich shares why automated test reporting is critical to the success of your project. Discover how to analyze and debug your failing tests quicker, and detect flaky tests earlier. Also, hear how to get your whole team involved using flexible, …
 
In this episode, Donn talks dives into his favorite software book: Working Effectively with Legacy Code. He talks about one of the introduction level topics: The Legacy Code Change Algorithm You'll learn what it is and how you can use it as the basis for this new series that will be focused on the book, Working Effectively with Legacy Code. Links f…
 
Want to know how testers’ jobs changed during the Pre-Covid, Covid, and Post-Covid eras? In this episode, Raj Subrameyer, author of the book Skyrocket Your Career, shares what you need to know to succeed in this new reality we now face. Discover why your Social Media Footprint is critical to your personal and career growth, what skills are currentl…
 
As teams continue to shift left, testers will need to be familiar with all kinds of testing techniques. One skill that is essential to have is performance engineering. In this episode, join software tester Dave Westerveld as he shares the basics of performance testing. Discover the fundamentals of performance testing, including tests and tools to u…
 
Should your code be DRY or DAMP or something completely different? How about your test code? Do different rules apply? Wait, what do all of these acronyms mean? We'll get to all of these definitions, and then talk about how it applies to both production code and test code in this episode. Sponsored By: Datadog: Modern end-to-end monitoring & securi…
 
In this episode, Donn talks to software developer Alan Hill about the Growth Mindset and how it applies to software development and life in general. They chat about pull request feedback lifecycle, learning new tech, and how applying a growth mindset can advance you in your career further than you could have imagined. They wrap up by going through …
 
When learning data science and machine learning techniques, you need to work on a data set. Matt Harrison had a great idea: Why not use your own Twitter analytics data? So, he did that with his own data, and shares what he learned in this episode, including some of his secrets to gaining followers. In this episode we talk about: Looking at your own…
 
In this episode, Donn talks about the difference between working at a big tech company vs freelancing. There are many pro's and con's for each. What is best for you? Listen to the episode and find out. AndroidJobs.IO Job postings are FREE on AndroidJobs.IO during the early release phase (at the time of this recording). Sign up to get notified of ne…
 
Want to develop a diverse testing program that gets your whole team involved in ensuring quality? If so, this episode is for you as testing expert Mark Winteringham discusses his upcoming book Testing Web APIs. Discover how to design and implement a web API testing strategy, a risk-driven approach to API testing, and more. Listen up!…
 
In this episode, Donn talks about the importance of following code conventions and coding styles in codebases. You'll run into various different coding conventions throughout your career. Sometimes it's as an employee, sometimes it's as a freelancer or consultant or just a small side project. The number of coding "styles" that you'll see will blow …
 
In many ways, API testing is faster and far superior to automated UI Testing. Find out why In this episode. Kristin Jackvony, a software tester, blogger, and soon-to-be-published author, will share some key takeaways from her LinkedIn course on Postman Essential Training. For all you testers and developers that need to do API testing, you’re in for…
 
Iterative processes that include writing test code and production code together, such as TDD, help make coding fun. All of us that care about developing quality code with the help of testing can learn from each other, regardless of programming language. Today we step outside our normal Python comfort zone and talk with Gio about TDD in Swift. Gio L…
 
In this episode, Donn talks to David and Ross from Squeaky Dog Studios about building a business out of a side project. David and Ross are long-time serial side project developers with experience that dates back to the Palm era. They've built games, apps, and now Watch Faces. We dive deep into how they went from building their watch faces for Andro…
 
Running automation testing across the enterprise is hard. There must be a better way. In this episode, Oren Rubin, founder of TestIm.io, and Maor Frankel, a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft, share how to scale testing using TestOps principles. Discover how to leverage control, management, and insights to unjumble your automation’s growing comp…
 
pre-commit started as a framework for running linters and code formatters during git actions via git hooks. It's grown and expanded and now supports an extensive list of languages and actions and manual running of actions. But even at it's core, it's great for letting computers nitpick about whitespace and formatting, so that code reviews can focus…
 
In this episode, Donn talks about the three things that every developer needs to know how to do. These three things include: How to identify and stop premature optimization How to write tests and know the difference between unit, integration and end-to-end tests. How to set up a continuous integration server While there are vast arrays of other thi…
 
Did you know that RPA is the fastest-growing area of Robot Framework adoption? In this episode, Antti Karjalainen, Founder and CEO of Robocorp, explains why and how to create an open-source stack for RPA. Discover how to simplify and streamline the RPA development process, and how it can enable anyone to share and distribute robots seamlessly. List…
 
Flake8 is a command-line tool for linting Python projects. By default, it includes lint checks provided Pyflakes, pycodestyle, and McCabe It's also a platform, and allows plugins to extend the checks. Flake8 will run third-party extensions if they are found and installed. But what does all of that mean? Anthony Sottile is a maintainer of flake8 and…
 
In this episode, Donn answers a listener's question. The listener wanted to know how to choose what to learn next in Tech. Donn provides 6 tips (actually 7 if you count a hidden one) on how to pick what technology to learn next. He provides a simple framework that will help you check whether you should pursue a particular technology or not. Links f…
 
As testers, we need to change with the times. What may have made sense to automate ten years ago may not still apply today. In this episode, Gojko Adžić will share five universal rules for test automation. Discover why the test pyramid may no longer apply to modern test automation, and learn about some newer approaches to testing. Listen up and fin…
 
Tim Ottinger has four questions that work great in many situations, from doing homework, to cooking, to writing code, to entire software projects. They are actually awesome questions to ask during a software project. We discuss the questions, where they came from, and look at some uses in software. The questions: What is it that needs to be done? W…
 
In this episode, Donn talks with Philipp Lackner about growing an online presence within the Software Industry with Instagram and YouTube. Shownotes You'll learn how Philipp went from 0 to over 80,000 followers on Instagram. This was done all organically by posting valuable content every single day to his feed. You'll also learn how he uses YouTube…
 
When should you consider using a low-code test automation solution? In this episode, Diana Oks, an Automation Engineer at Vulcan Cyber, explains the benefits of using a low-code solution and how it can simplify your workflow. Discover what low-code automation tools are, how to choose one and how they can make your life easier. Listen up!…
 
You need tests for your web app. And it has a database. What do you do with the database during testing? Should you use the real thing? or mock it? Jeff Triplett says don't mock it. In this episode, we talk with Jeff about testing web applications, specifically Django apps, and of course talk about the downsides of database mocking. Special Guest: …
 
In this episode Donn talks about why you need to learn React (or Flutter) - so you can truly understand the Unidirectional data flow pattern in a framework that was built for that purpose alone. Working with other frameworks which bolt on a custom unidirectional data flow is often hard to understand. When you work with React and learn how it works,…
 
When it comes to software development, it's not always easy to articulate what we want from the software. That’s where Behavior Driven Development (BDD) comes in. In this episode, Seb Rose and Gaspar Nagy, authors of the new book Formulation: Document examples with Given/When/Then, explain how all stakeholders need to be involved in creating a prod…
 
Playwright is an end to end automated testing framework for web apps with Python support and even a pytest plugin. Special Guest: Ryan Howard. Sponsored By: PyCharm Professional: Try PyCharm Pro for 4 months and learn how PyCharm will save you time. Promo Code: TESTANDCODE21 Support Test & Code : Python Testing Links: Playwright for Python Why Play…
 
In this episode, Donn talks with Mitch Tabian about Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile, also known as KMM. Mitch explains what KMM is, why he decided to use it, and how it works from a developer's perspective. The goal was to build an app and develop both the iOS and Android versions. Mitch talks about his experience in building a KMM app. We cover the pr…
 
Just like a hacker would find vulnerabilities, you can too. And you don't need to be a developer to do it. In this episode, Oliver Moradov, a VP at NeuraLegion, will share the benefits of adding API security testing automation directly into your DevOps or CI/CD pipelines. Discover how to integrate API security tests with your CI/CD pipeline, how to…
 
I always learn a lot when I talk to Brett, and this episode is no exception. We talk about the packaging workflow, tools, changes, pyproject.toml, flit, setuptools, and so much more. I hope you learn as much as I did in this great discussion. Special Guest: Brett Cannon. Sponsored By: Datadog: Modern end-to-end monitoring & security. See inside any…
 
In this episode, Donn talks with Glenn Leifheit from Microsoft about a concept known as "Secure Development Lifecycle". Glenn is a Senior Security Program Manager at Microsoft. Glenn explains to you what the secure development lifecycle is, how it works and how you can implement something like this in your company. He also shares the top tips you c…
 
Adventure, or Colossal Cave Adventure, was written between 1975 and 1977 in Fortran. Brandon Rhodes ported it to Python 3, initial release in 2011, and still maintains it. We talk to Brandon about this wonderful game. YOU ARE STANDING AT THE END OF A ROAD BEFORE A SMALL BRICK BUILDING.AROUND YOU IS A FOREST. A SMALL STREAM FLOWS OUT OF THE BUILDING…
 
This is the original story of how Uber was built ... this is a fascinating story. You don't want to miss this. Donn talks to Jason Roberts. Jason was chosen to be Uber's CTO when the company was in its infancy (but didn't accept the offer). Jason shares the story of developing the code that eventually ran Uber from a couple of cars to a highly dist…
 
In this episode, Donn outlines how you can optimize your home office so that you look, sound, and perform the best that you can. From audio to video, to your body, and everything beyond, it's covered here. Shownotes In this episode, Donn outlines how you can optimize your home office so that you look, sound, and perform the best that you can. From …
 
How does quality engineering fit into DevOps? In this episode, Lagan Khare, a Manager of Quality Engineering with more than 13 years of experience, shares her insights into QE and integrated automated testing into DevOps and Agile. Discover how QE is different from QA and how to implement QE with DevOps, metrics, CI/CD and more. Listen up!…
 
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