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Category Archives: Test Methodologies

  • What Is The Difference Between Automated And Manual Testing? Uses And Application

    When it comes to software testing, automated testing and manual testing are the two methods of software testing and both of them are crucial for software development. For the manual testing, tester has to sit in front of screens and go through …

    • 15/01/2018
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    • Posted by Alex
  • Role of the Scrum Master – Why the Scrum Master is Important in Test?

    The Scrum Guide explicitly defines team roles. We all are aware of the product owner roles. He or she is the one who envisions products and team members write and check code, but what is the role of Scrum Master? …

    • 08/01/2018
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    • Posted by Danish
  • Session-Based Test Management: Part 4 – Carrying Out A Successful Debrief

    This is the fourth and final post in a four-part series on Session Based Test Management (read Part 1 , Part 2 and Part 3). In this post Mark will look at how to carry out a successful debrief. So you’ve collaborated with your team …

    • 23/11/2017
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    • Posted by Rachel
  • Is BDD Testing? Part 2: Outside-in development and BDD As A Test Strategy

    Outside-in development It seems to me that outside-in development, which I will refer to as OID from now on, is what confuses testers most. Essentially, OID works by using automation tools combined with scenarios from a collaborative session to create …

    • 20/11/2017
    • Posted by Ronan
  • Session-based Test Management: Part 3 – Running an Exploratory Testing Session

    This is the third post in a four-part series on Session Based Test Management (read Part 1 and Part 2). In this post Mark will look at session based exploratory testing. Once you have identified risks that you would like to test …

    • 16/11/2017
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    • Posted by Rachel
  • Is ‘BDD’ testing? Model of BDD for Testing

    Is ‘BDD’ testing? No. Well, some of the activities involve testers, but it’s not real testing, right? It’s complicated… We need to talk about this and I want to understand, so please bear with me! An introduction Sarcasm aside, behaviour …

    • 13/11/2017
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    • Posted by Rachel
  • Does the way you navigate say something about the way you test?

    I have a car, it’s a bit old but it does the job. What I don’t have is Satnav. Why? Well it’s not because I’m a technophobe. I’ve just found using Satnav to be too restrictive for me. You’re following …

    • 14/12/2016
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    • Posted by Iain Bright
  • What’s happening on your black market for common sense?

    The organizations we work for are not always supporting us as they best should. As testers, we are well aware of this 🙂 While getting the best fit for purpose might be hard, you often hear stories about organizational contexts …

  • Continuous Integration Best Practices

    Continuous Development and Continuous Integration (CI/CD) are the new paradigms for creating and improving web applications. Ongoing development and use of incremental changes that can be rolled back easily in case of problems has proven to be an effective way …

    • 26/09/2016
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    • Posted by Andrea
  • Testing Reservoir Engineering Software – Key Points and Challenges

    Introduction With the continuous advance of software technology, and implementation of software products almost in every industry, is becoming more and more critical to test properly the software that people and companies will be relying on. Petroleum industry, and more …

    • 13/09/2016
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    • Posted by Melvin
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