With the rising awareness of the importance of QA for software development, traditional methodologies are being challenged and new testing methods are being adopted by teams all around the world. We are shifting left, automating, using functional and non-functional testing more often, even adopting continuous testing. Today, I’m going to introduce you to mutation testing. …
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