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2020

Covid-19 Business Crisis Proves Automation Matters

Consider what’s now happening at companies that made investments in automation and moving work to the cloud. They’re doing better than others in the COVID-19 pandemic. They’re more flexible under trying conditions. They’re more resilient to challenges. They are a bright spot in this awful crisis...

User Acceptance Testing

User acceptance testing would involve testing from an end user point of view to determine if you “ACCEPT” the software or not. Usually, acceptance is done by or on behalf of an end user or end customer for whom you are developing software. Sometimes, a development organization may ask a small group of users who have deep knowledge of the business requirements to do acceptance testing as well. In any case, it should be done from the end user point of view for stories or use cases that they would execute frequently...

Evaluating Test Automation Tools

One of the first steps in software test automation is to evaluate test automation tools. Many organizations key considerations in evaluating test automation tools is cost. Many people believe that cost is one of the most important criteria in evaluating test automation tools. Not us. We believe that one of the most critical criteria is the ability to recognize objects. Evaluating and selecting the testing automation tool that is best for you depends on the software that is under test. Let’s talk more about evaluating test automation tools for Object Recognition for testing web applications...

Things to Consider in Software Testing

Testing is an additional opportunity to look at the product from different angles: destructive – by trying to break it and the constructive – whether it meets customers’ expectations and whether the product is easy to use. A good QA team may increase product quality and reliability, starting from the inception of the design till the project launch. This will not only minimize the number of defects in production but also reduce the number of defects coded. QA specialists are always reviewing the requirements and the source code thoroughly ensuring that the code is of the highest quality. The more information a customer and developers provide for the testing department, there is a greater chance of finding all vulnerabilities and bugs...