What is Test Star?
THE QUALITY BLOG
by System Verification
Skills and Expertise (2)
Since 2019 our German team has been expanding and becoming stronger and stronger year by year. We lend a listening ear during tough times, offer guidance when somebody is uncertain, and celebrate our successes together. Each person brings their own unique set of skills, experiences, and perspectives to the table.
Now it's about time to get to know the team a bit better and we would like to begin with the biggest team in Germany – Team Bonn, and their representatives Ammar Harrat and Nichsan Naganeelan.
The choice is yours and all it depends on is you. Changing my profession is my decision and it has been made two years ago, when I decided to completely switch to a new sphere.
Summership at a glance
In a rapidly advancing technological landscape, internships have become a vital part of shaping young and ambitious individuals looking to establish a successful career path. The System Verification Summership offers an experience that goes beyond a regular internship program. It is an opportunity to undertake a transformative journey of growth, collaboration, and personal development. The internship itself fosters a dynamic learning environment where interns become active contributors from the very beginning. Rather than being overwhelmed with tasks, interns have a chance to work alongside experienced professionals and gain hands-on experience that allows them to apply their knowledge and enhance their skills.
The spring competition for this year has come to a close, and what an eventful month it has been! It marks the third year in a row that our company has organized this event internally. With an environmental theme at its core, participants had the opportunity to earn additional points by engaging in tasks that benefit the environment.
How can Markdown help
Markdown is a lightweight markup language widely known and used for formatting text on the web and has gained a lot of traction in the technical documentation side of IT. Many of the “README” documents people find when downloading software are written in or inspired by Markdown. When speaking in purely test automation form it is used to make your test case easier to understand and organize within the framework.
Are you heading up a software development team, or perhaps working as a CTO? Then you most likely have to deal with technical debt on a more or less daily basis. So how can you approach these issues in a structured way?
Building a software development team is no mean feat. When it comes to skilled developers, demand exceeds supply. But even if you do get hold of the best people, you as a team leader probably know that your work has just started. There are still things to consider, such as knowledge sharing within the team. Especially if there, for example, is active development in complex parts of the code. What happens if you then become (too) dependent on specific individuals? What are the risks?
Have you ever heard of YAML- a weird name for some scripting language?
Well, if you are working within the software development industry and did not hear about it until now, you should probably keep reading this blog.
Since OpenAI came up with ChatGPT, rumors about the upcoming improvements of Artificial Intelligence are omnipresent. In this article, I want to discuss, if and how we can use chat-bots for software QA and Test Automation. Therefore I want to use ChatGPT. The tool is designed to give detailed answers to questions, using multiple Sources with the ability to summarize complex topics. Before I start to discuss how we can use this technology for Software QA, I want to point out how ChatGPT works. I am not an expert in the field so I had to ask someone who knows exactly what’s going on behind the scenes. I asked the only real expert within the field that I know and that is – you guessed it – ChatGPT itself.
For the Question of how ChatGPT works, I got a response that was a bit too long so I asked it to sum it up into two sentences. Here’s the response: