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”
In this blog post Beth Marshall outlines a process she has created for using ChatGPT to generate bespoke test data.
In this brief post we look at whether Postman Flows could map and test an entire API estate.
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”
“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 ⚡”
In this unsponsored post, Beth provides a wishlist for those who want to spoil the software tester in our lives.
In this post, Beth explores some potential use cases for the developing Open AI toolset for software testers.
Read all about the latest Early Access version of Postman Flows (Jan 2023).
This time I’ll go straight to the video – here is how you can use Postman Flows to assert that a partial string exists in a response message. Enjoy!
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”