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TDD: why test and code should go hand in hand

September 28, 2015

The old-school approach to programming is DDT (Development-driven testing). It means that you code first and then test the code. However, nowadays, in the Agile reality, more and more companies are turning to the opposite development process due its substantial and tangible benefits. TDD is a software development process which is based on the iteration of a very short development lifecycle. First developers create automated …

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Manage With Comfort: 5 Open Source QA Solutions

July 22, 2014

Software development isn’t a field to mess with. Make a bugged app ones and there will be no strike one or two. You’re out and out for good.That’s why we have QA. But testing also requires development of different and specialized software. There are lots of apps existing that are made for comfortable management of one-or-two parts of the entire testing process. Such solutions made …

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Man VS Machine in Software Testing

June 24, 2014

Automation Software Testing So what is Automation Testing? It means that whenever the tester needs to check the performance of some software of any sort he writes scripts and uses other, specialized software to accomplish the test. It is mostly used to repeatedly re-run the scenarios that were done manually in a fairly faster way. Such testing improves accuracy and increases the test coverage.

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Agile Framework – Testing and Usability

March 19, 2012

One of the main things in Agile was lack of perfect planning time. To build a product according to the users, first understand who the target user is and how the users interact with the product. The preliminary work takes time and effort before entering into the details and development of a product and should be completed within the given time. Almost each development team …

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The Role of Testing in Product-Market fit

March 3, 2012

It’s always thought that product-emporium fit is the factor of the first importance in the success or breakdown of a new startup. Who can’t agree to the extent that you are not able to come off without it – and a lot of startups never accomplish it. Creation of a strong goods-market fit was a general challenge for uTest. The software testing industry was strengthened, …

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How Cards can help in the Software Testing

November 16, 2011

An interesting idea is an idea of studying software testing from the card game. At least it is really possible. Let us explain this concept of someone called Mallini to use playing cards to view the method how software testing can be studied through simple game of cards, it won’t let anyone calm to see the kind of knowledge, which can be got from these cards.

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Difference between Web Testing, Desktop and Client – Server Testing

July 26, 2011

  Every software testing differs in the environment it is tested and while you move from desktop applications to web applications you will lose control over the environment you are testing application in. Desktop Testing Desktop application runs on work stations and personal computers, so in case you test the desktop application you are concentrating on a particular environment. You will test entire application widely …

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Inevitable Damage Control – Enterprise Group of Mozilla

July 20, 2011

According to a Mozilla company blog post, Mozilla has re-established its Enterprise Group, it will be a place for enterprise programmers, Firefox developers and IT staff to discuss the ideas, best practices for utilizing Firefox in the enterprise. The move goes after Asa Dotzler, Mozilla evangelist irked IT experts by arguing on a blog thread about the new rapid release schedule of Firefox that “Enterprise …

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