Welcome to QA fullstack – the blog of a software tester

This blog is a collection of my knowledge, practices, and a list of utilities that I use in my work. Its purpose is to share my thoughts, be able information source for other Quality Engineering professionals or aspiring Software Testers.

Knowledge is best developed when they are shared. Hopefully, this blog will instill your interest in Quality Engineering and Software Testing!

  • What if you need to download Videos or Live Stream from YouTube?

    The internet is a vast sea of information, and YouTube is its most popular entertainment and educational platform. But what if you want to watch that fascinating documentary offline, or save a live stream of your favorite band's concert? This is where tools like `yt-dlp` and `ytarchive` come in handy.

  • How to get the dump file of a process in Windows?

    A dump is a snapshot of an application at the point in time the dump is taken. It shows what was being executed, which modules are loaded, and if saved with a heap, contains a snapshot of what was in the application’s memory at that point in time. Beginning in Windows Vista, the Windows Task Manager has included support for creating dump files. This can be very useful and is slightly quicker and less complicated than creating a dump using ProcDump or Visual Studio.