Now that you’ve read about testing, it’s time to get some more hands-on practice.
With the open-source API project you’re working with, find one of the following:
Test the content. Run all the endpoint requests. Proceed through all the steps in the tutorial. Do all the identified tasks with the topic. As you test out the content, identify any incorrect or missing or inaccurate information.
Identify who performs the testing on the project. Reach out and interact with the QA lead for the project to gather as much information as you can about how testing is done. Find answers to the following questions:
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