[WEBINAR]: Increasing Product Release Velocity By Debugging And Testing In Production

Hey Folks 👋 

Join our Webinar on 13th April 2021 at 10 AM PST 💻 

In this webinar, LambdaTest and Ozcode will delve deep into the secrets of moving on to the next build faster & increasing overall release velocity 🚀 

Speakers 🎤 


Developer Advocate - Ozcode 


Product & Growth Manager - LambdaTest

What will you Learn  

  • Roadblocks to release velocity.
  • How LambdaTest & OzCode can help accelerate go to market?
  • Live-Action - Demo 1 - Solving Cross Browser issues.
    • Demo 2 - Solving complete E2E issues from Front-end to Back-end.
    • Demo 3 - Testing & Debugging issues in production.
  • Best practices to accelerate release velocity like a pro.
  • Q&A session


Coding Jag Weekly - 31st Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 31st edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest! 📩 

Last year was a period full of changes and evolutions to the way we work, especially for QA engineers working remotely. 

Even after COVID-19 is long gone, there are some QA trends to keep when we get back to the ‘New Normal.’

In this edition, let's find out what these five lessons are and much more.


Coding Jag Weekly - 29th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 29th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!  

Quality is more critical than ever to product success and customer satisfaction, especially in today’s digital economy where customer experiences are influenced at every touchpoint—from the time we pull a phone from our pocket until we set it down for sleep.  

In this edition, let's deep dive into quality engineering!

Stay up to date on all the most important testing world news.


Coding Jag Weekly - 28th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 28th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest 📧 

How can you make sure that your business is thriving in a mobile environment 📱 

The answer is to start thinking mobile-first and start building an intuitive mobile UX. 

This edition shares some quick tips to help you better engage with your mobile audience. 

Stay updated on the testing world stories,


Coding Jag Weekly - 26th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 26th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest  

In this edition, Harold Fernandes explains the impact of AI & ML in software testing and their role in enhancing the test automation experience. 

Harold Fernandes helps with a handful of tools that use AI In Test Automation and clears up some of the confusion around it. 🛠️ 

Let’s explore more around it in this edition. 

To explore more interesting reads around the testing world,


[Upcoming Webinar]: Mobile First Approach & Testing - Push The Boundaries

Join our Webinar on 16th March 2021 at 10 AM PST 💻 

In this webinar, we will discuss this extremely important topic why a mobile-first approach is the most productive way going forward, and how LambdaTest and Applitools are addressing this evolving need to support their mobile-first testing needs. 📱 

Speakers 🎤 


Quality Evangelist & Solution Architect - Applitools 


Director of Product & Growth - LambdaTest

What to Expect 

  • Why companies should push for a mobile-first strategy.
  • How to evolve testing to support a mobile-first approach.
  • Which automation techniques are needed for mobile-first testing beyond functional automation.
  • Scaling Mobile Automation execution with Applitools and LambdaTest.
  • Q&A session.


Coding Jag Weekly - 25th Issue Is Out

Welcome to the 25th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest  

Mike Cohn proposed the ' Test Automation Pyramid' in his book "Succeeding With Agile" and described how teams were automating at the wrong levels.

Have we somehow got over that 'forgotten layer' of the Test Automation Pyramid? Or is the pyramid evolving as front-end development becomes more complex? 

Let's dig into those questions and more in this edition.

Stay tuned for amazing reads around the testing world!


Coding Jag Weekly - 24th Issue Is Out

Welcome to the 24th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!

It’s always fascinating to see the level of trust we put in while downloading language dependencies for our project. We are essentially trusting its publisher to run code on your machine.

 However, this blind trust can be exploited by malicious actors as they can freely upload code packages to public code repositories, which is not guaranteed to be malware-free. 

This edition covers the story of a novel supply chain attack and how AppleMicrosoft, and various other companies were hacked. 

Stay up to date in the testing world!


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