Within the world of testing and quality assurance, we often hear the words Test Oracles and Test Heuristics, but what are they and how we can implement them into our daily testing activities? Let’s see a very nice explanation of… Read More »
After attending the first UKSTAR conference on February 2017, which I enjoyed thoroughly, I am now looking forward to the bigger event, EuroSTAR which will take place in Copenhagen on November 2017. The EuroSTAR 2017 Programme details were released late April this year…. Read More »
Who should get blamed for bugs that escape to production? Quite often, when a bug is found in production, management think that testers have done a poor job testing the product, but is it really all testers’ responsibility?
Error, Fault, Failure What is the difference between error, fault and failure in software testing? Error – a human action that produces an incorrect result. This is also sometimes referred to as Mistake. Fault – a manifestation of an error in software,… Read More »
In this post, we give a quick and brief guide to exploratory testing. What is it and in what situations do we benefit from performing exploratory testing?
What is Static Analysis? Static analysis involves no dynamic execution of the software under test and can detect possible defects in an early stage, before running the program. Static analysis is done after coding and before executing unit tests. Static analysis can… Read More »
How can software testers embrace learning new techniques to remain employable and be on the top of the software testing industry? This post gives useful information on staying relevant in the field of software testing.
A Mind map of Software Testing Interview Questions for Experienced Testers. Checklist of the main Software Testing topics with answers to prepare for interview
Just like people value independence for the unbiased and productive results it ensures, independent testing is crucial if quality of the product is required. If a programmer or integrated tester carries out the duty of testing there will be bias…. Read More »
A while back, Yahoo decided to get rid of their entire test and quality assurance team and instead handing the responsibility of testing to the developers. The move was part of project Warp to move closer to continuous delivery model. The… Read More »