Check these Github repos for becoming a better tester

On LinkedIn I saw this posting from Rahul Parwal and I am writing a blogpost as an addition to his posting so that others also get to know these awesome repos and broaden their expertise for software testing. Credits go to Rahul 👏 👏 👏 .

GitHub is a Goldmine but 95% of testers don’t use it enough.

These 10 GitHub repositories will help you become a better tester:

Rahul Parwal, LinkedIn

Rahul shared 10 Github repositories and here they are:

1. How They Test

🔸 Curated collection of publicly available resources on how software companies test their software systems.
🔸 All the resources mentioned here are publicly available resources.

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2. Free Learning Resources For Software Testers

🔸 Links to free Online Learning Resources for New and Experienced Software Testers
🔸 MIT License

Github Link:

3. Big List of Naughty Strings

🔸Evolving list of strings that have a high probability of causing issues when used as user-input data.
🔸Lot of Test Data ideas in one place.

Github Link:

4. Accessibility Testing Tools

🔸 Collection of useful tools for accessibility testing and debugging.

Github Link:

5. Karate

🔸 Karate is the only open-source tool to combine API test automation, mocks, performance testing, and even UI automation into a single, unified framework

Github Link:


6. Awesome Testing

🔸 Curated list of testing software, extensions, and resources.

Github Link:

7. Information Security / Hacking for Beginners

🔸 Friendly guide for juniors starting off in Security Topics.

Github Link:

8. Mobile App Testing Checklist

🔸 Brain dump of the different ways that can be used to approach and think about testing apps in different conditions.

Github Link:

9. Reverse Engineer’s Toolkit

🔸 Collection of tools you may like if you are interested in reverse engineering and/or malware analysis on x86 and x64 Windows systems

Github Link:

10. The Art of Command Line

🔸 Selection of notes and tips on using the command line and useful when working on Linux.

Github Link:

Wow, what a list with so many links and hints – it will take a while to study them and to insert into testers live.

What do you think about this list? 🙂

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