LogiGear Magazine March Testing Essentials Issue 2017
Test plans have a bad reputation, and perhaps, they deserve it! There’s no beating around the bush. But times have changed. Systems are no longer “black boxes” where QA Teams are separated from design, input, and architecture.
I remember the times when test teams sat in their own area and we were not allowed to “bother” developers.
There has been much written about managing knowledge workers. Now there is a dissection between managing knowledge workers and the specialties of managing IT/software development staff with further breakdown to managing millennials.
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There are few topics in quality assurance testing that cause as much confusion as smoke testing versus sanity testing. The two names would seem to describe very different practices— and they do! But people still get them confused, since the distinction is somewhat subtle.
API testing has long been misunderstood as well-confined in the territory of developers. It’s natural to think that we must write code to test our code. However, it doesn’t have to be that way anymore. Business testers whose domain knowledge no others could rival are now able to take on that challenge, adding their …
With the new release of Selenium late last fall, it was viewed as a saving grace to many test teams. The launch of the upgrade came with the bonuses and testing tools most had been waiting for, but unfortunately there was still a kink in Selenium’s armor: the Firefox browser.
At LogiGear, we want to provide you with the best tools and support for testing your applications. To do so, we are seeking answers to important questions in Continuous Delivery. We’d like to start an open discussion on topics such as Continuous Testing, DevOps practices, and Test Automation’s place in the practice.
First, let me ask you a few questions. Are your bugs often rejected? Are your bugs often assigned back to you and discussed back and forth to clarify information? Do your leaders or managers often complain about your bugs?