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  • Smart Fuzzing For Test-Driven Development (SFTDD)

    Testing is divided into manual and automated testing. The long term goal is to increase the automated testing. Manual testing is possible to start with minimal prerequisites and it is the task for QA engineers. The idea is to relieve …

    • 10/03/2017
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    • Posted by Gregor
  • The 3 Pillars Approach to Agile Testing Strategy

    Far too often agile adoptions focus just on the development teams, agile frameworks, or technical practices as a part of their adoption strategies. And then there’s the near perpetual focus on tooling or developing test automation without striking a balanced …

    • 01/03/2017
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    • Posted by Daragh
  • Why dating with an IT guy is always a sweet choice?

    Technical guys like me are considered quite nerdy and quiet sometimes, which makes many people be afraid that dating with me would be boring. But wait… I just tried researching on the topic “Why should I date an IT guy/ …

    • 14/02/2017
    • 229 Views
    • one comment
    • Posted by Ronan
  • Unconventional Wisdom V8: Proactive Testing™ Part 1, Common Misconceptions

    In a forthright post each month, Robin dispels some truth that you otherwise might not realise with his regular Unconventional blog. In the latest instalment, Robin explains how many testers misunderstand what Proactive testing is and addresses these misconceptions.   …

    • 06/02/2017
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    • Posted by Robin
  • What effect will President Trump have on Offshore Software Development?

    Ever since the news of US presidency under Donald Trump has come out, people have been making all kind of assumption on various trade and business links of the USA with the rest of the world. One of the major …

  • Effective Communication In Software Testing Teams

    We’ve all been there. Developers aren’t listening when you tell them the severity of the problem; you’re repeating the same status over and over to the same people; you accidently commit to a timeline or project that you can’t possibly …

    • 19/01/2017
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    • Posted by Raj
  • Unconventional Wisdom V7: Santa Reveals Obscured Blog Content

    In a forthright post each month, Robin dispels some truth that you otherwise might not realise with his regular Unconventional blog. In the latest instalment, Robin addresses a small issue with his previous blog posts. —————————————————– ————————————————- Santa has let me …

    • 08/01/2017
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    • Posted by Robin
  • Documents, Cost and Delay – Typical Testing

    “I need your Test Strategy by Friday” said the Project Manager. I reply “I can’t have a meaningful strategy by then. I don’t yet have enough information about what we’re doing; not least because the documents upon which I would …

    • 01/12/2016
    • 486 Views
    • one comment
    • Posted by Paul
  • Unconventional Wisdom V6: Gurus Often Least Likely to Understand Good Ideas

    Have you noticed that much of what I call “conventional we’s dumb” is touted by gurus? Gurus are Testing’s Donald Trumps and the main servers of Exploratory’s Kool-Aid. Albeit with the best intentions, gurus lead us into the Testability Trap …

    • 22/11/2016
    • 409 Views
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    • Posted by Robin
  • 7 Performance Testing Fallacies Undermining Your Test Strategy

    When you do the same thing many times, you can start to make false assumptions about your work process—and testing is no exception. Sofía Palamarchuk discusses some common fallacies about performance tests specifically, and how they can end up costing …

    • 21/09/2016
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    • Posted by Sofia
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