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Category Archives: Test Management

  • How to Deal With Change – Hard Learned Lessons for a New Change Manager in the Field of Testing

    Reading Time: 4 minutesIn today’s world of testing there are big changes in the way we work. New tools and new kind of strategies are arising and there is a higher demand for technical testers. But have we considered what effect this rapid …

    • 12/06/2018
    • one comment
    • Posted by Saga B.
  • Look Mom, No Hands! Test driving Code Without a Mocking Framework

    Reading Time: 4 minutesMocking frameworks have come such a long way from when I first learned test driven development back in 2005. Working in .NET 1.1 at the time, most frameworks were built to use string-based reflection. To mock a call to the …

    • 15/05/2018
    • one comment
    • Posted by Nick Korbel
  • The Differences Between Testing and Debugging

    Reading Time: 4 minutes  When it comes to software testing, the battle between Tester and Developer is never-ending due to the different approaches to perfect product definition. Testing and Debugging become the “weapons” that are used in that endless battle. But in fact, …

    • 24/04/2018
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    • Posted by Hailey
  • Enhance Your Warehouse Management System Testing Procedure

    Reading Time: 3 minutesA Warehouse Management System (WMS) is considered as the key part of the supply chain and primarily aims to control the movement and storage of materials within the warehouse and process the transactions. This includes shipping, receiving putaway and picking. …

    • 04/01/2018
    • Posted by Nishtha
  • The Cost of Software Testing & Software Testing Services

    Reading Time: 3 minutes  Technavio’s analysts forecast the global pure play software testing services market to grow at a CAGR of 19.41% during the period 2017-2021 and is expected to reach  USD 9.08 billion by 2021. “Global Pure Play Software Testing Services Market 2017-2021” In today’s technology-driven business …

    • 27/12/2017
    • one comment
    • Posted by Indium
  • Speed Vs Quality – So What is More Important?

    Reading Time: 3 minutesSpeed and quality — they’re debatably the two most sought-after exploits to participants in the software development lifecycle. Unfortunately, having one often comes at the cost of the other, leaving professionals to make a decision on which is more important. …

    • 01/12/2017
    • one comment
    • Posted by Kirsten
  • Session-Based Test Management – Part 2: Identify Test Sessions From a Feature File

    Reading Time: 6 minutesThis is the second post in a four-part series on Session based test Management. Read the first post in the series here. In this post Mark will share how to identify test sessions from a feature file. Feature files are a great …

    • 09/11/2017
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    • Posted by Rachel
  • Making the Move From Legacy To Legendary Test Management

    Reading Time: 3 minutesCase Study Acerta is an HR services provider in Belgium that specialises in advice, computerisation and processing of administrative processes for payroll, social security, child benefit and branch formalities. The group supports the entrepreneur in each phase of growth and …

    • 01/11/2017
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    • Posted by Ronan
  • The Difference Between Regression Testing And Retesting

    Reading Time: 2 minutesMany testing aspirants have difficulty in understanding the difference between regression testing and retesting. In this blog, we are going to look into the key difference between these two types of testing. Also, we are going to learn more about …

    • 30/10/2017
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    • Posted by Indium
  • Writing Test cases – High Level Test Cases vs Low level Test Cases

    Reading Time: 5 minutesTest case Management The introduction of test automation has changed how test cases are captured. Many test teams manage test cases in the test automation code and no longer manage the test cases in a test case management application. Although …

    • 12/10/2017
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    • Posted by Conor
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