On Friday 3 February Mozilla held a test day for Firefox 52 Beta 3. The new features under test were WebRTC components; DTMF and screen sharing. WebRTC is a collection of communication protocols and APIs that enable browsers to provide real time communication services such as desktop sharing, video calling, file sharing and more without…… Continue reading These weeks in Firefox: Testing WebRTC and Responsive Design Mode
For those of you who don’t already know, I am not a big fan of Corporate Culture and I have done my best to avoid working in a a strict shirt and tie corporate environment. Currently I work as a contractor for a company in the US (https://www.getfoxyproxy.org), I work on providing clients with Customer…… Continue reading IRC Cloud: I love this client
A few weeks ago I blogged about a unit conversion app that I was working on. I doubt that I’ll be working on that project anymore. I found on github a similar project that was written better than mine(its design is modular, the style is clean and just better than my own) but the said…… Continue reading The new Unit Conversion App
According to author Daniel Arbuckle, Doctest is the easiest and fastest way to write tests for your python software.Doctest is a program that comes bundled with python that allows you to write down what you expect from your code in a way that’s easy to understand. Doctests are written in plain text usually in code…… Continue reading DOCTEST : An easy testing tool
Every time i learn something new, I put it up here. I’m in the (never-ending) process of learning Python, a general purpose language that is used extensively by Mozilla’s WebQA team. Why Python ————– I didn’t choose Python, instead, it chose me. Unlike java, I didn’t google it to weigh its pros and cons and…… Continue reading How Python chose me
I love quality. I love things that work well, I expect perfection from people, especially if they are providing a service to me. I do not understand when someone cannot do their job. I am a critical and sometimes persimisstic person. I’ve always thought these were my vices, but after reading a certain book by…… Continue reading Fleeting thoughts of a wanna-be software tester.