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Bug in LinkedIn – Incorrect % value is getting displayed in Poll results



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Bug in LinkedIn - "People - Connections" Filter isn't working appropriately


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Continuous Learning – What I did in last Month (Apr 2020)


Dear Technologists, hope you all are doing well.

I believe, we all are having this good opportunity (lockdown period due to the effect of COVID-19/Coronavirus) to spend time with the family, to work on our hobbies as well as to learn and explore something new.

In addition to regular office work; I have completed below courses on LinkedIn Learning platform, listened to some interesting podcasts in the last month. Here is the summary of the same.

Exploratory Testing
This course encompasses below areas.
- Defining exploratory testing
- Quality and value
- Models
- Variables
- Exploration in agile, DevOps, and production
- Paired testing
- Test planning
- Testing techniques
- Automation with scripts
- Generating and analyzing data

This course is nicely designed and contains essential information about Exploratory Testing. Especially; I loved the challenges given in this course.
If interested, check out the course here by Dave Westerveld.

HTTP Essential Training
This course encompasses below areas.
- What is HTTP?
- Tools to see HTTP in action
- Anatomy of a URL
- How to see HTTP headers
- Anatomy of a request header and a response header
- Cookies and caching

This is a beginner level course and encompasses all the essential information about HTTP that one should aware of.
If interested, check out the course here by Morten Rand-Hendriksen.


Learning REST APIs
This course encompasses below areas.
- What is a REST API?
- Who or what interacts with REST APIs?
- Anatomy of a REST request
- HTTP status messages
- Request/response pairs
- GET, POST, and DELETE

This is a beginner level course and certainly helpful if you want to understand REST APIs.
If interested, check out the course here by Morten Rand-Hendriksen.

Podcast – STP Radio: James Bach on Systems Thinking
This is an interesting Podcast. You can listen to it here.

Podcast – The Testing Show: Reinventing Testers
If interested; do listen to this podcast here.

Podcast – STP Radio: Interview with James Bach - Rapid Software Testing
If interested; do listen to this podcast here.

In addition, I have published this small video. Do check it out. 


That’s all from my side.

How are you utilizing this time?

What courses you have taken or areas that you are focusing on?


Have you attended any Online Software Testing event (Meetup, Conference, Webinar etc.)? Comment below with your thoughts, experiences, and recommendations, etc.

By the way, this reminds me about Spring OTC 2020. Spring OnlineTestConf 2020 is happening in May 2020 and you can find more details here.

Keep learning, keep sharing, and yes stay safe.

Spring OnlineTestConf 2020


In continuation with the initiative of bringing the Testing Community Closer virtually, OnlineTestConf is back again with another Conference; i.e. Spring OnlineTestConf 2020 (an online Software Testing Conference) and it's our (Software Test Professionals) opportunity to listen to the experts.

Spring OnlineTestConf 2020 is happening between May 19th-21st, 2020. This time it is a 3 day event. Of course; likewise past conference attendance at the conference is free and meant for anyone who is willing to learn testing, involved in testing, loves testing, explores testing. Yes, it’s true. This Conference is free, and you can attend it from your home or office.

Check out the Spring OnlineTestConf 2020 Program here.

Some FAQ’s about Online Test Conference
# Do I need prior experience of attending a Conference?
- No, you don’t need any prior experience. You just need to register for a conference and attend it.

# I want to attend a conference, but I won’t be able to attend all the talks. Is it feasible?
- Yes, you can attend a conference and listen to the talks those are feasible for you. You don’t need to worry even if you miss some of the talks; after the conference recording will be shared with the registered attendees.


# During this online conference; is it feasible to ask questions to Speakers?
- Yes, after every talk there is a 5 minutes Q & A session. In addition, there is a dedicated Slack channel for each Speaker where you can get all your queries resolved even after the conference.

If you are interested, then without wasting time, save your seat here.

I have been attending these Online Test Conferences and I love it.


Past Conferences
Check out Fall OnlineTestConf 2019 here
Check out Spring OnlineTestConf 2019 here
Check out Fall OnlineTestConf 2018 here
Check out Spring OnlineTestConf 2018 here
Check out Fall OnlineTestConf 2017 here
Check out Spring OnlineTestConf 2017 here
Check out Fall OnlineTestConf 2016 here

Keep learning, keep sharing, and stay safe. 😇