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  • September 23, 2009 23 Sep'09

    Getting a jump start on software test collaboration

    Having tested software during many projects, I've seen that the most effective testers are the ones who start early -- and I don't mean the ones who start testing early. I'll explain what I mean ...

  • September 23, 2009 23 Sep'09

    The case for software tester, analyst partnerships

    Richard Bender of Bender RBT Inc., experts in Requirements Based Testing (RBT), has over 40 years of experience in software, with a primary focus on quality assurance and testing. He has consulted internationally to large and small corporations, ...

  • September 21, 2009 21 Sep'09

    Start with a software test plan template, then throw it away

    There's nothing more intimidating than a blank sheet of paper. Writers know this to be true, but so do test managers. The easy way out is to pull out a template and to start filling in the various ...

  • September 21, 2009 21 Sep'09

    CA's APM solution helps JN Data address performance issues

    JN Data is a "wall to wall IT operations provider" that aims to offer the development of financial applications and a variety of security solutions to business infrastructure.

  • September 16, 2009 16 Sep'09

    Proactive testing, or "this app can break"

    Before Windows Vista came along and ruined it all, I previously used a bug in Windows Notepad to illustrate a problem testers often face. Vista ruined it by fixing the bug. If you have a version of ...

  • September 16, 2009 16 Sep'09

    The effects of not isolating bugs and tips for nailing them down

    Recently, fellow SearchSoftwareQuality.com expert David Christiansen shared his post about experiences with testing ruts that he gets into and what he does to stay out of those ruts. What resonated ...

  • September 16, 2009 16 Sep'09

    Ajax Experience speakers: Push cross-platform advantages further

    The topic of cross-platform usability came up in several sessions at this year's Ajax Experience in Boston Massachusetts. Naturally, Ajax is so popular because its open standards model is supported ...

  • September 15, 2009 15 Sep'09

    Watch for three common, hard-to-find software concurrency defects

    Concurrency defects in multi-core or multi-threaded applications are probably the source of more troublesome problems than other defects in recent history, Coverity’s Mark Donsky told me recently. ...

  • September 15, 2009 15 Sep'09

    Ajax Experience speaker: Back-end focus key to site performance boosts

    Steve Souders, author and respected authority on page performance, issued a call to arms for software users, developers and testers to improve the performance and power of web sites. At The Ajax ...

  • September 09, 2009 09 Sep'09

    Pick a movie: Understanding software testers' oracle problem

    In college, I knew two guys who tested DVD players. Their job was to watch movies. Even better, they got to pick the movies! What a sweet deal right? Who wouldn't want that testing gig? Well, ...

  • September 06, 2009 06 Sep'09

    Using VMware Lab Manager for application development, test troubleshooting

    Virtualization and virtual lab management systems can cut application testing and QA times significantly, thus speeding development, GlassHouse consultant Rob Zylowski said in our interview at ...

  • September 04, 2009 04 Sep'09

    VMworld video: CA Wily Application Performance Management suite demo

    At VMworld 2009 in San Francisco this week, I saw and videotaped a demo of the new CA Wily Application Performance Management (APM) software’s visual mapper. Announced on April 28, CA Willy APM ...

  • September 04, 2009 04 Sep'09

    Using virtual lab management tools to stop developer, QA conflicts

    Combining virtual machines and lab management software, like VMware Lab Manager and VMLogix LabManager, can put an end to developer, QA conflicts over where, if bugs reside in code. VMware and VMLogix execs describe the developer-QA/test email ...

  • September 04, 2009 04 Sep'09

    Danube's Dan Rawsthorne: Scrum teams and metrics

    Dr. Dan Rawsthorne, PhD, is a certified Scrum trainer and coach at Danube Technologies Inc. Before joining Danube, Rawsthorne spent nearly a decade working as an expert focused on agility, use cases, and object-oriented technologies for such ...

  • September 02, 2009 02 Sep'09

    VMworld 2009: Chris Wolf warns of software, server licensing perils

    Chris Wolf, virtualization expert and Burton Group senior analyst, revealed lesser known facts about software licensing in a crowded session at VMworld. He described terms, conditions and ...

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