Qxf2 blog Posts

Selenium

This post is to help candidates get a clear picture of what to expect in their final set of interviews with Qxf2. The interview process The final set of interviews…

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qxf2 culture

I have a pet but unproven theory. Bugs are born outside of code. Several conditions outside the control of engineering influence the quality of software being produced. And I want…

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thoughts on software thoughts on testing

When working with software startups, you will observe a few counter-intuitive things. Good developers can produce bad software. It is usually ok to put out immature software that is not…

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thoughts on software thoughts on testing

This post introduces you to Liquibase – a database changeset management tool. I will cover its installation, usage and execution with MySQL. WHAT IS LIQUIBASE? Liquibase is an open source…

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Liquibase MySQL

This post is part of our series on MySQL. We hope to give the average tester a slightly more technical view into how MySQL works. This blog covers the basics…

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MySQL

MySQL

This is an article about my experience working remote, the challenges which I faced and how I tried overcoming them. I hope this article would be helpful for people who…

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Remote Work

Many testers know how to write SQL queries and how to fetch data from the tables. But only a few understand the internal architecture and how MySQL interacts with storage…

Read More MySQL Architecture and Layers

MySQL

It’s January. Which means the State of Testing Survey 2017 has gone live. This is a worldwide survey that tries to identify the existing state of testing. Taking the survey…

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