Women In Tech: A Guide To Putting ChatGPT To Work For You

Thanks to Beth Clarke’s excellent blog post, I’ve been reading a great book this week. “She’s in CTRL” by Anne-Marie Imafidon talks about how women can and should use tech to change their lives for the better. How approaching existing tech from your perspective might find a use case for it that others aren’t considering.Continue reading “Women In Tech: A Guide To Putting ChatGPT To Work For You”

Test Automation Portfolio

Welcome 👋 I’m Beth, and this is my test automation portfolio! This page is intended to act as both a reference point for my own portfolio and, if you would like, a template for your own. Click the links below to see more information about each of the portfolio entries, including an overview post, codeContinue reading “Test Automation Portfolio”

OpenAI : The-Tool-That-Must-Not-Be-Named ⚡

“No, I don’t want to hear what ChatGPT thinks, I want to hear what you think” Said a software testing friend recently, when in answer to a question I responded that I’d researched this very topic on OpenAI for an upcoming interview and wrote down the salient bits on my notepad. It stung a bit,Continue reading “OpenAI : The-Tool-That-Must-Not-Be-Named ⚡”

Postman Flows How To: Generate Test Data

In this series of blog posts, I give short tutorials on how to accomplish something using Postman’s no/low code API feature Flows. This time it is generating test data. If you need to run a set of steps repeatedly to create data before you can execute your tests, then here’s an easy way to doContinue reading “Postman Flows How To: Generate Test Data”