VRT: A series of mistakes

So if you've been following my blog for a while, you probably know a bit about my first crack at test automation - the Visual Regression Tests. These take screenshots of our products and then run pixel comparisons after a change is deployed to check if code changes have resulted in unwanted visual changes. It… Continue reading VRT: A series of mistakes

Personal Development, One Year of Progress

I began my journey as a software tester in April 2018, and six months later in October 2018 I decided to make myself a Personal Development Plan since my workplace didn't have one for me. It's been a year since then, so I'm having a look back at the last twelve months to see what… Continue reading Personal Development, One Year of Progress

Ruby, Ruby, Ruby, Ruby!

(Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!) I'm not done learning JavaScript yet, so I thought: do you know what, let's look at some other languages now. I don't know anyone who's finished a Udemy course anyway, and 33% completion is very good so it's time for me to move on (edit: I have completed at least one Udemy course) to… Continue reading Ruby, Ruby, Ruby, Ruby!

Skills for driving change

My mum always, always commented on how I hated change growing up. When I started secondary school I was miserable for six months. Same for college, and for university. For each of my new jobs, I would come home crying that I hated it and everyone hated me and thought me terribly pretentious and aloof… Continue reading Skills for driving change