Most of the discussion on the long term value of automated testing revolves around regression prevention and reducing the number of bugs. Gojko Adzic presents a completely different perspective, coming…
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Test Management

Is There A Risk

Ard Kramer

If I wake you up in the middle of the night, are you able to tell me, as a good tester, what risks are still applicable in your system under…
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Other

Huddle Test Lab Webinar

James Lyndsay

Join James Lyndsay to discuss PapaParse and the strategies used to test this open source software. Find out how James approached his testing of PapaParse and what approach other testers…
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Agile Testing

Do we need testers on agile teams?

Janet Gregory

It’s the same argument again and again. One side says “team members should all be able to do everything, and the programmers should do their testing and all testers should…
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Test Automation

How To Use Selenium Successfully

Dave Haeffner

What is Selenium? Why should you use it? And how do you use it successfully? In this talk, Dave answers these questions as he steps through through the why, how,…
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  The value of documentation prepared in structured/waterfall or agile projects is often of dubious value. In structured projects, the planning documentation is prepared in a knowledge vacuum – where…
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Cloud Testing

Testing Cloud Native Applications

Pini Reznik

Building and testing a monolith is already hard enough but when the parts of the application become smaller and smaller and you throw in some distributed computing using containers and…
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Test Automation

Using Selenium 3.0

Simon Stewart

In this webinar, Simon Stewart highlights how to use the brand new Selenium 3.0 and well as discusses some of the changes that have been implemented since Selenium 2.0 He also looks at: What will…
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People / Skills

Thinking Through Your Role

James Bach & Jon Bach

James and Jon Bach recently taught a new class called Reinventing Testers. As part of the class, they developed a style of diagramming roles which they call "rolegrams" and a…
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Test Management

Understanding Linguistic Testing End to End

Irfan Ahmad & Rajini Padmanaban

Language errors in a localized product may often seem negligible, but can often lead to large adverse outcomes. Let’s consider a scenario where a developer has inadvertently, added the string…
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Agile Testing

Agile Testing – Scrum In Hardware

Markus Gärtner

Scrum is the most widespread Agile development methodology in use at this time. While it originated in hardware development, most companies use it for software development. In the cases where…
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Agile Testing

Let’s Talk About….Women In Testing

Alison Wade & Rajini Padmanaban

As part of our Hangout series, in May we held an event to discuss the issuers surrounding women in testing. Continuing our series of open discussions on various aspects of…
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Test Automation

How to get Automated Testing “Done”

Hans Buwalda

Test automation has been around almost as long as software has been developed. In the age of Agile and the DevOps arena, having tests fully automated is increasingly becoming a…
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Agile Testing

Mob Testing: Better Products Through Diversity

Maaret Pyhäjärvi

Many different roles contribute to building software: product owners, business specialists, testers. Yet knowledge of programming keeps these roles at a distance. In this webinar, Maaret will discuss a new…
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