Onboarding tips (tools, books, ...)
This page is more of a personal “map” for me to take note and revisit tools that I sometimes need to reinstall in new machines I use for work (both at home or in the workplace). It usually helps me quickly setup and prepare for new monster projects when I’m in Tester-Commando mode.
Feel free to have a look! Or also suggest something new.
ohmyzsh(I stopped using
ohmyzsh, read more about it here)
- shell (.bashrc) settings and terminal color
- postman, curl, wget and httpie
- vim (does it come by default?) and vim settings (also clone scripts project)
- basic folder struct (personal, screenShots, work, books)
- git and ssh key generation
- sublime and intellij
- keepass, for Mac and for Windows
- maven 3 and java 8
- lynx browser and firefox
- teampapersnap, evernote’s skitch
- audacity, obs studio, vlc, gimp
- dBeaver, kafka console tools
- xmind free
- exporter and dunkirk
- nvm, bat, gawk
- adb tools
- charles, desktop and iOS app
- EvilCorp’s Browser
- EvilCorp’s Paid Hostageware/Ransomware communication tool
- EvilCorp’s Free Spyware communication tool
Useful firefox/evil corp browser extensions: uBlock origin, https everywhere, Open multiple urls, ModHeader
"Babel", "BlameHighlighter", "Color Highlighter", "Cucumber", "Cucumber Completion", "Cucumber Step Finder", "Dockerfile Syntax Highlighting", "Gherkin (Cucumber) Formatter", "Git", "Handlebars", "JsFormat", "JSHint", "LoremIpsum", "Package Control", "PackageResourceViewer", "Pretty JSON", "Swift", "SyncedSideBar", "TrailingSpaces", "TypeScript", "TypeScript Syntax", "BracketHighlighter"
Interesting books I recommend:
This is a list of books I enjoyed reading and would recommend to any fellow developer or tester. I personally think they’re awesome.
- Secrets of a Buccaneer-Scholar by James Bach (Amazon)
- Lessons learned in Software Testing: A context-driven approach by James Bach et al. (Amazon)
- Elegant Objects (vol.1 and 2) by Yegor Bugayenko (Amazon vol.1, Amazon vol.2)
- Growing Object-Oriented Software Guided by Tests by S. Freeman and N.Pryce (Amazon)
- Effective C++ by Scott Meyers (Amazon)
- Code Ahead by Yegor Bugayenko (Amazon)
- Testing Computer Software by Cem Kaner et al. (Amazon)
Also check out my librarything and goodreads profiles.