Email your pytest results as html report

We have noticed that sometimes we want to see test results in our email inbox even though good reporting tools are being used. We at Qxf2 Services, use pytest as our test runner. A simple utility has been added to our framework which can send pytest results as simple HTML reports. This blog is on how we built an […]

Run python behave from Visual Studio Code

I was working at a client that uses behave and was primarily designed to work on Linux systems. It has several configuration variables stored as environmental variables. I tried running the behave tests on Windows using Visual Studio Code since I wanted debugging functionality. I documented the steps so that it will help anyone who wants to try the same. […]

Testing with Celery

As part of the pairing project activity at Qxf2 – I had to demonstrate a simple working example that included Celery and it’s monitoring tool called Flower. I knew a little bit of background as I have tested a product that includes Celery. I read the Celery guide, a few related articles, and simple examples. I also came across the […]

Do we have a helpful culture at work?

This post is to help folks measure if they have a helpful culture in their teams. We are sharing something we do to try and keep Qxf2 a fair place. In this post, we outline a metric called ‘help symmetry score’ that Qxf2 (a fully remote company) uses to figure out if we are nurturing a supportive environment. You might […]