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Prashant Chambakara

Prashant Chambakara is a Test Automation Specialist. He is currently working with Cygnet Infotec, a leading QA software testing services provider and the parent company of TestingWhiz, a test automation tool for Web applications. Connect with Prashant on Twitter. 
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Performance Testing: The First Line of Security Against Attacks Performance Testing: The First Line of Security Against Attacks Performance Testing: The First Line of Security Against Attacks Performance Testing: The First Line of Security Against Attacks


Performance testing often isn't used to its full extent (or not used at all), leaving developers missing out on opportunities to correct...

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