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Category Archives: Test Management

  • Experience-based Testing Strategies

    On various software testing resources, the concept that you might see being mentioned often is the mysterious “Experience-Based Test Techniques”. Teaching testing I always had a hard time trying to explain what it was. It’s very hard to teach “experience”. …

  • Unconventional Wisdom V10: What is A Test Case anyway? No Test Cases, No Way

    Each month in a forthright post, Robin dispels some truth that you otherwise might not realise with his regular Unconventional blog. In the latest instalment, Robin looks at what is a Test Case, does it matter and why?   “We don’t …

    • 22/05/2017
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    • Posted by Robin
  • Test Management and the Role of Test Management In Agile

    I read an article the other day written by a consultancy company talking about the future roll of test management. The audience for the article was freelance consultants like myself. Reading it got me thinking about test management and test management …

    • 09/04/2017
    • Posted by Martin
  • Is the Demand For Software Testing Jobs On The Rise?

    The demand for quality assurance skills is on the rise. However, the talent pool may be shallower than business leaders realise. Quality assurance efforts have always been a critical component of software development, but some companies have been forced to make cuts …

    • 09/03/2017
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    • Posted by Daragh
  • The Friction between Developer and Testers

    Software testing team leaders need to take action to demonstrate their unit’s value and get out from the shadow of developers. Software developers and testers have long had to deal with a certain amount friction existing between the two business …

    • 02/03/2017
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    • Posted by Ronan
  • Is Crowdsourcing Good for Quality Assurance?

    More organisations have considered using crowdsourcing to handle their quality assurance needs, but the approach presents a number of concerns. IT professionals are consistently tasked with carrying out a litany of repetitive and monotonous processes. These routine duties can be …

    • 12/02/2017
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    • Posted by Sanjay
  • Pick your battles (and have some fun while doing it..)

    Do you know how many I Do’s there are in the ABBA song? Or how many products Ikea has? People attending our EuroSTARtutorial on Monday October 31st now know this.. Of course not only that, but as we had SO …

    • 17/11/2016
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    • Posted by Greet
  • Top 5 Tips to Keep Your IT Team Connected

    The average IT team handles a wide range of jobs spread out all over a business’s technical backbone. This uniquely scattered structure can make it difficult for teams to stay connected, whether members are isolated from the rest of the …

    • 04/10/2016
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    • Posted by Andrea
  • Let’s lead software development Projects by Quality And Not by Management

    I would like to share the idea of leading projects by quality and not by so called management. The idea is to implement a QMO (Quality Management Office) in the organisation, which is handling everything with the view from quality. That …

    • 14/09/2016
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    • Posted by Falk
  • Why Test Data Management Is Key to Your Competitive Advantage

    The Innovation Dilemma Across all industries, speed is a critical business imperative. And now more than ever, applications are at the center of this race. More and more companies are becoming software companies, tying their hopes of differentiating themselves in …

    • 01/09/2016
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    • Posted by Brett
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