A tester’s job is to find bugs. It’s critical that they find the important technical bugs and customer focused bugs. It’s even more critical that they find them as early as possible because they will be much cheaper to fix. However, in order to achieve this, testers have to do a great job testing.Continue reading
As the year comes to a close, we take an in-depth look at the trends that willshape the future of software testing in the December issue of LogiGearMagazine.Continue reading
Many organizations understand the importance of Test Automation. Not only does it increase the overall software efficiency, it also ensures the high quality of the software upon its release. However, not all test teams are on the same page in regards to their progress with Test Automation. There are test teams that are currently struggling to make progress with Test Automation, and then there are the teams that have been doing significant automation for a long time. Wherever your teams currently fall in the path towards successful Test Automation, it’s important to understand what it truly takes in order to succeed. Continue reading
For as long as I have been in software testing, there has been a constant demand to grow technology, grow skills, automate more, and do it all faster (that is a given). What has been so remarkable recently is the rate at which these demands shift gears and move in different directions, new products, and evolving technologies.