Coding Jag Weekly: 47th Edition Is Out!

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The latest 47th edition of Coding Jag is out now! 

There is no ideal solution for achieving balance; each team must choose what works best for them. 

A critical question that a team must ask is, "How much testing should we conduct, and what standard architecture can we typically expect?"

Let’s try and avoid that by finding the perfect QA balance! 

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Coding Jag Weekly: 46th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 46th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Have you fallen into the test automation spiral? 

Have you ever looked at your test scripts and asked yourself the question: “Is my test automation on track?”

If you don’t have an automated way to answer these questions, this issue has the right tips to help keep your automation efforts on track.

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Coding Jag Weekly: 45th Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 45th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest 👐 

Becoming a more effective software development organization isn't about getting Agile; it's about becoming smarter. 

Is your DevOps team struggling to maintain the quality of culture?

If you think about speed as a way to serve your customers better, it becomes very clear how important quality is when it comes to building a successful business. 

Check out more in this edition!

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Coding Jag Weekly: 44th Issue Is Out!

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Welcome to the 44th issue of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest 👐  

Being a boss is easy. Being a leader, now that's hard work. 🚀

To succeed in business, you must be both a boss and a leader, since the former without the latter is disastrous for all involved. 

So if you're currently in management but want to become a leader - without the additional responsibility, this issue is for you.📩

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Coding Jag Weekly: 43rd Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 43rd edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Most legacy systems are automated using automation frameworks. These frameworks have been in use for a certain length of time, so are getting old themselves, and have not been rewritten.

A QA new to such environments has to learn its inner workings and use it in their day-to-day activities. How should you as a QA handle such legacy automation codes?

This issue is all about handling them!

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Coding Jag Weekly: 42nd Issue Is Out!

Welcome to the 42nd edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!

Ever come across that special someone who isn't ready to "get along" with the software, needs to "play" with it, and feels like they "should have a conversation with the product"? 

If this is something you can relate to, this edition is for you- a guide to coaching testers vs. developers! 🚀 

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Coding Jag Weekly: 40th Issue Is Out!

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Welcome to the 40th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Want to try some of the new features of Python 3.10?

James Briggs will unleash the capabilities of Python 3.10 and test-drive some of its new features, including Structural Pattern Matching, a new typing Union operator, and Parenthesized Context Managers.

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Coding Jag Weekly: 39th Edition Is Out!

Welcome to the 39th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐

Digital transformation of enterprises is now a mainstream business imperative. At the same time, it is generating massive amounts of technical debt. 

Many executives view technical debt as an acceptable business expense, at best a necessary evil. At worst, it’s barely acknowledged, much less managed. This needs to change! 

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