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Category Archives: Test Methodologies

  • 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
  • Test Data Management: Organisational and Technical Challenges

    Within the ICT department of a large financial institution in the Netherlands a transition is taking place from traditional system development to DevOps. Key elements in the new way of working are continuous integration, test automation and thus continuous testing. …

    • 08/09/2016
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    • Posted by Arjan
  • Software Testing Requirements – Exploratory Requirements

    One of the most challenging things in a project is our ability to understand and express (to ourselves and our customer) what we intend to do. This is one of the reasons we have iterative ways of working, to continuously …

    • 23/06/2016
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    • Posted by Anders
  • How to build a remote QA culture that resonates

    With this article I would like to share some tips and tricks on how you can build an awesome team with only 10 strategies. I will explain this in the context of building up my own team, which is divided …

    • 16/06/2016
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    • Posted by Thomas
  • Advanced Commercial Models

    Commercial models beyond standard time and material, T&M or fixed price are being evaluated for their potential to drive differentiation and innovation amongst service delivery providers. Advanced commercial models are identified in the marketplace as outcome, unit, (service level agreements) …

    • 12/05/2016
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    • Posted by Paul
  • Destructive Software Testing – Ignoring the Biases of User Stories in Testing

    The earlier a bug is fixed the cheaper it is for your company to fix it, right? One amongst many reasons, it helps to set a good reputation for your product, and that’s what all of us want. So we …

  • G(r)ood Testing 13: The context is us! – What drives the test improvements we implement?

      Test Process improvements are driven by the context. In our search for the optimal test approach, we assess the systems, the development methodology or the risks that we cover. However, there is a much bigger factor that we often …

    • 01/04/2016
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    • Posted by Derk-Jan de Grood
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