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I've been writing online since 2016, mostly about web development testing. In total, I've written 22 articles on my blog. Use the search below to filter by title.

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Automating Adobe Experience Manager with Hobbes.JS

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Implementing a Test Automation framework for Testing Adobe Experience Manager using Hobbes.JS

Voice control Jenkins builds using Amazon’s Alexa

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A fun article on how you can use Amazon’s Alexa to automate your deployments using voice control.

I have launched a new SaaS product: QAbase.io!

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Hello Testers and Developers! I’m pretty thrilled to announce that we have launched https://QAbase.io which is completely FREE to use for your team and company right now.Here are some of the core features that our Testcase Management Application has.

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Happy New Year 2022! Five years of iQA.

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The new year is just around the corner and celebrations are pouring everywhere by the minute.

We have launched QAbase.io

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I'm pretty thrilled to announce that we have launched https://QAbase.io which is completely FREE to use for your team and company right now.

Announcing QAbase.io private beta!

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As announced last year, we are launching a private beta of our new Testcase Management Software application QAbase.io.

2020 and three years of iQA

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2020 and three years if iQA.ro!

Update PHP version on MacOS Mojave and Catalina

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I've decided to share some tips regarding the upgrade process of the default PHP version that comes bundled with MacOS Mojave.

Building a Face Recognition service with Raspberry Pi

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This post is about building your own Raspberry Pi face recognition service.

Selenium & Internet Explorer 11 (IEDriver): Exception in thread org openqa selenium UnsupportedCommandException: Error 404: Not Found

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How to fix IEdriver issues

Adobe Experience Manager test automation frameworks overview

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Over the past year, I've been working with some various automation frameworks (for front-end testing) that are dedicated for AEM. Here is a short list that I've found

One year of iQA!

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Happy new year 2018!

Firefox Quantum and Selenium Webdriver

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Making sure that the latest Selenium Webdriver works with Firefox Quantum

Selenium WebDriver and IE11

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Enable Protected mode on IE 11

Regular Expressions (regexp) helper and Generator

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How to easily generate Regular expressions

Mozilla announces Firefox Quantum to be release on Nov 14th

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Mozilla Quantum has a release date!

Voice control Jenkins builds using Amazon's Alexa

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How to voice control Jenkins deployments

Operating System Detection in Java

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How to do a basic OS detection in Java

Command line tools for data processing (CLI tools)

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I’ve recently came across an excellent list of command line tools from Jeroen Janssens blog. You can use them to sort / list / organize your test results in order to store them in almost any reporting tool.

Automating Adobe Experience Manager with Hobbes.JS

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Implementing a Test Automation framework for Testing Adobe Experience Manager using Hobbes.JS

How to enable Firebug on newer versions of Firefox

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In the previous article, I’ve announced that Firebug is no longer supported in the latest versions of Firefox.

Good bye Firebug! All hail DevTools!

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Since yesterday, Mozilla pushed in the official update channel of Firefox (now version 51) the latest version of Developer Tools.

Getting Things Done

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An interesting article on how to quickly get things done.

The Samsung saga: DIGI + CI Smartcard issues

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I own a Samsung non Smart TV UE40H5030AW which I purchased back in 2014. In the past week our local satellite TV provider (Digi), decided to do some software updates on the network, thus resulting in our Smart CI Card useless. This means that HD and pay-per view channels like HBO were not working anymore.

Welcome to 2017

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This is the first post in 2017 on this blog, hopefully the first of many posts that will come in the future.