Author: kristinjackvony

Getting Started With Accessibility Testing, Plus Two Easy Fixes

Web Accessibility means making a website easier to use and understand for people with visual, auditory, physical, or cognitive difficulties. Did you know that there are specific guidelines for how to make a website accessible? The guidelines are called the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG for short. The guidelines were created by the Web […]

What Makes a Good Automated Test?

Recently I was meeting with some coworkers who were looking to improve our Continuous Delivery practices. They were thinking of ways to measure our progress with automated testing, and one of the first suggestions was to measure code coverage. “Nope,” I said. “Measuring code coverage isn’t helpful because it doesn’t indicate whether we have good […]

HTTP Standards

Have you ever been testing an API and gotten involved in a dispute about what a response code should be?  Perhaps you witnessed a disagreement between two developers, or perhaps a developer was insisting the response code should be one thing and you thought it should be something different.  You might have gone to Stack […]