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About me

To tell somebody that he is wrong is called criticism. To do so officially is called testing.

A bit about me

An enthusiastic learner with deep interest in Data Structure and Algorithms. Optimist to be a better Guitarist one day.

Lead Software Engineer in Samsung Electronics with 4 years of experience in tools development and test automation. Currently working on Client-Server Technologies.


Nirmit Srivastava

Personal info

Nirmit Srivastava

Developer by Heart...
Tester by Profession.
Wannabe Dude...
Ends Up being a Geek.

Birthday: 2 June,1990


Know more about my past


  • 2016-future

    Lead Software Engineer @ Samsung Electronics

    To lead the Automation Team of 6 personnel through all phases of development and to ensure that the services meets and exceeds organization quality standards.Developing End-to-End Testing framework using Protractor-Appium to test angular website on Computer and on Mobile.

  • 2012-2016

    Engineer @ Samsung Electronics

    API, Performane and Security Testing of Samsung KNOX and Samsung PAY servers. Tools Used: SoapUI, HP Loadrunner, Languages: Java and Python, TestFramework: JUnit and TestNG


  • 2008-2012

    Uttar Pradesh Technical University @ Information Technology

    Completed my bachelor's degree in Information Technology from one of the best Institute of UPTU.Published a research paper on "A Survey on Classification of Videos using Data Mining Techniques" in International Journal of Computer Applications in the year 2012 along with 3 other members.

  • 2000-2007

    Sunbeam English School, Varanasi @ Maths and Computers

    Passed out from one of the prestigious schools of Varanasi with Maths as a stream and Computer Science as optionals. Sunbeam has basically moulded me as the man that I am today.

Skills & Things about me

JUnit & TestNG


My latest write-ups

Saturday, July 12, 2014

iPhone 6 : Gorilla Glass to Sapphire

With the news of iPhone coming in two screen variants 4.7in and 5.5in, there is a lot to talk about.
We can see a huge quantity of leaked and rumored images over the internet of what the iPhone 6 is supposed to be. Lets take a look at whats sure and whats not for the new iPhone 6.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

How to get iPhoned : 5S

  iPhone 5s is purposefully imagined. Meticulously considered. Precision crafted. It’s not just a product of what’s technologically possible. But what’s technologically useful. It’s not just what’s next. But what should be next.

As the date for launch of iPhone 6 is approaching, speculations are increasing over internet about the new features it will boost. No doubt iPhones are among the most popular smartphones on the planet. The iOS interface is simple and may have limited customization capabilities, but there are a number of useful features built into it.

It’s easy to miss some of the best parts of iOS as Apple has hidden some good stuff in the menus. Aim here is to help you get the most of the device. Lets look at some of the features you might be missing.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Sneak Peek : Google I/O 2014

Google I/O is an annual developer conference held in San Fransisco focused on building web, mobile and enterprise applications with Google and open web technologies.

The "I" and "O" stand for input/output, and "Innovation in the Open". This conference is all about how individual developers anywhere in the world can be benefited with the Open source technology and also provide their inputs to make a better Software.

Some of the applications / software  which led out of these conventions are

Monday, June 23, 2014

How to remove unwanted browser search engines and toolbars.

There are a lot of toolbars and search engines out there which integrates to our browser with out permission.
Basically these toolbars always comes along with software downloaded from any unverified site , sometimes these toolbars are installed on closing any popup or advertisement.

These toolbars are technically not a virus, but they do exhibit plenty of malicious traits, such as rootkit capabilities to hook deep into the operating system, browser hijacking, and in general just interfering with the user experience. The industry generally refers to it as a “PUP,” or potentially unwanted program.

These toolbars once installed on your computer, they will hijack your browser homepage and replace your default search engine.Futhermore, these programs will display ads and sponsored links in your search results, and may colect search terms from your search queries.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

How to REPEAT videos continuously from YouTube.

I have known this for a long time but just wanted to share with you all in case you want to repeat your favorite songs or videos from YouTube.

YouTube still does not play your videos automatically when its over and you have to reload the video again to play it.

Well there is a one word solution to this problem and that word is "repeat". Yes ... thats all .
All you have to do is to open the video on YouTube and insert repeat in the url.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

How to setup 3rd party url / your domain with your Blogger account.

This year Google's Blogger turned 15. Blogger though originally was started by a tiny company in San Francisco called Pyra Labs in August of 1999 was bought by Google in 2002.

This merger revolutionized people's way of expressing themselves. A total count of no. of active blogs on blogger is hard to find.

Recently blogger changed the way to handle user blogs by integrating them with multiple country-specific URLs, so if a person from Canada creates a blog, it will be yourblogtitle.blogspot.ca and so on.

In midst of hundereds and thousands of blogs every person wants their blog to be unique. Blog name is just another war on the front.

A simple way to differentiate your blog and have a custom url is to associate your blog with any domain which you have purchased. One has to use DNS facilities to redirect a custom URL to a blogspot domain.

Following these simple steps will let you have a custom url to your blog :


What I do

API Testing

Have Indepth Knowledge of API Testing using tools like SoapUI and laguages using Java and JUnit.

Performance Testing

Hands on Experience of Performance Testing of Servers. Performance Tests include Load Tests, Fail-Over Tests and Aging Tests.

Test Automation

Development of Test Automation Framework using Java-Selenium-Appium and Protractor-Appium.

Tools Development

Development of Tools in Java and Python to speed up in-house test process and generate proper reports.

Security Testing

Exploring my way to perform penetration tests, vulnerability assesment and security scans for a complete, secure and robust system.

Test Cases Development

Writing Test Cases from scratch for various products, softwares and solutions to find bugs.


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