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January 30, 2017
In the rapidly changing world of software testing, one thing is certain: You're going to need new skills. And you're going to need to understand the business.
March 17, 2016
Giving a drunken UI designer a user test changed HubSpot's UX research and UI design practices. The results were stunning, said UX designer Austin Knight at the Fluent Conference.
June 25, 2012
Analysts discuss how mobile is changing the demands made on software teams and how to avoid consumer testing.
June 22, 2011
Style and grace were the values emphasized at the 2011 conference in Durango for testers who write about the art. SSQ Agile expert Lisa Crispin attended this conference and brings back the highlights.
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An acceptance test confirms that an story is complete by matching a user action scenario with a desired outcome. (Continued...) Continue Reading
System testing, also referred to as system-level tests or system-integration testing, is the process in which a quality assurance (QA) team evaluates how the various components of an application interact together in the full, integrated system or ... Continue Reading
Cross-browser testing, also called browser testing, is a quality assurance (QA) process that checks whether a web-based application, site or page functions as intended for end users across multiple browsers and devices. Continue Reading
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Face it: Bugs are inevitable, but quality improves when you find them sooner rather than later. Follow these procedures to circumvent lengthy and expensive feedback loops. Continue Reading
Production environments are the final frontier for bug hunters. So, embrace -- don't eschew -- shift-right testing. It has the potential to enhance software quality for users. Continue Reading
Testers need valid data to prevent app defects, which means they must simulate real data types and structure them as closely as possible. Don't fake it when you make it. Continue Reading
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As companies wrestle to fit QA into budgets, keep in mind the skills that human testers provide -- from customer satisfaction to disaster prevention. Continue Reading
When it comes to integration testing, the end user is more important than the test volume. Increase test efficiency to please both application users and owners. Continue Reading
As if testing isn't complicated enough, now there's a new emphasis: looking into the UI and beyond. Expert Amy Reichert outlines everything testers need to know. Continue Reading
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Developer experience is the equivalent of user experience (UX). The way developers experience tools and consume libraries matters and leads to better engagement. Continue Reading
You can't test something if you don't know what it's supposed to do. Often, testers have a very incomplete understanding of what they're testing. Here's how to fix the problem. Continue Reading
There are many considerations that need to be taken into account when measuring usability, such as low respondent rates. Continue Reading