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  • On This Day: November 3rd

    What is suggested as the world’s first computer virus is created and the world’s first computer worm goes global. All on today’s On This Day from TEST Huddle.     1983 – The World’s First Computer Virus? The first virus in …

    • 03/11/2014
    • 1941 Views
    • 2 comments
    • Posted by Ronan
  • Futurology and the Future of Software Development

    In this blog you’ll read how the study of Futurology can help inform the software development and software testing community on upcoming trends and technological changes which may have an impact on our industry and career.   Software Development, testing and …

    • 16/11/2015
    • 2154 Views
    • 2 comments
    • Posted by John
  • Test Environment – Getting the Test Environment Strategy Right

    Many wonder, why do we require multiple environments like Development, Test and Production?  How much money did the test environment cost? What is the ROI of the test environment? The answer to these questions surely depends on whether we allowed …

    • 15/07/2014
    • 23721 Views
    • 2 comments
    • Posted by Jayanthi
  • Webinar Q&A from ‘Good Testers are Often Lucky – using serendipity in software testing’

    On Tuesday 5th, Rikard Edgren hosted a webinar entitled: Good Testers are Often Lucky – using serendipity in software testing (about how to increase the chances of finding valuable things we weren’t looking for) Slide notes and recording are available HERE. He got …

    • 17/02/2016
    • 1063 Views
    • 2 comments
    • Posted by Daragh
  • G(r)ood Testing V2 – Rather a good specification than an elaborate test design

      There is an interesting tension between agile and documentation. I often hear people complain about the lack of documentation in agile projects. “Organizations use scrum as an excuse for not having to work on documentation”, was a familiar lament. …

    • 25/08/2014
    • 3825 Views
    • 2 comments
    • Posted by Daragh
  • How to be A “Leader at Work”

    In Finance Collection department, there was an  inconsistency between requirements,   end products and developments  due the issues that are occurred during sharing information to all the participants of a Project. As a result of not having all parties at the …

    • 29/07/2014
    • 2716 Views
    • 2 comments
    • Posted by lütfiye
  • A Critique of Testing

    In this paper we explore the fundamental concepts of test case design and provide a detailed analysis of each method in terms of them. A series of articles (available as ebooks) will follow, which delve further into the concepts presented …

    • 26/11/2014
    • 1765 Views
    • 2 comments
    • Posted by Georgina
  • Infrastructure Testing – Test The Infrastructure Right

    The core of any business is the underlying infrastructure. The IT landscape is constantly evolving with frequent changes in OS, browsers, firmware and drivers. Infrastructure /Data centres becoming huge and continue to expand multifold hence exposing them to a variety …

    • 21/06/2016
    • 2461 Views
    • 2 comments
    • Posted by Premalatha
  • Setting up usability testing for an innovative medical device

    In this blog post, Patrick will tell you about how he initiated and lead usability testing of a new medical DNA analysis system in a young company. He will share details on how, and what, he has done to test and verify …

    • 11/07/2014
    • 29623 Views
    • 2 comments
    • Posted by Patrick
  • Introduction to Selenium – Web Based Automated Testing with Selenium

    Testing has become a more decisive segment in SDLC. It is the process which consists of the static and dynamic activities of the software life cycle. These activities cover the planning, analysis, design, execution and reporting. In the world of …

    • 18/07/2014
    • 19033 Views
    • 2 comments
    • Posted by Naveen
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