There is no doubt that COVID-19 has changed our daily lives. It has brought a challenge that most QA Leaders did not anticipate. Shifting to work from home (WFH) has become a new normal for testing teams. But, many leaders hardly had any time to prepare a contingency plan for country-wide WFH requirements.continue reading
How to Keep Your Automation Programs Running in Times of Crises.
As COVID-19 spreads across the United States, and more states are being forced to instill shelter-in-place mandates, employees are increasingly being asked to work from home, leaving test processes and infrastructure (like private clouds, secure network access, specific mobile phones, etc.) behind.continue reading
Organizations no longer have the luxury to trade-off ‘quality’ over ‘speed,’ or vice versa, when delivering software. The organizations today have started to realize that in order to stay competitive, they need to deliver high-quality software at an accelerated rate by keeping the cost to a minimum. Organizations aspire to reach there by leveraging Agile and DevOps methodologies.continue reading
Organizations have embraced Agile and DevOps to deliver high-quality software in a faster and more efficient way. Test Automation is considered to be one of the biggest promoters of agility. But several times, the investment in Test Automation might not deliver its value with an ineffective strategy.
In this article, we will discuss devising an intelligent Test Automation strategy that can help us prevent common Test Automation failures.continue reading
Test Automation brings speed, efficiency, reliability, and replicability to Software Testing-and is essentially inevitable in today’s Agile environment. We often discuss Test Automation, but there are few techniques that allow us to get an entirely unbiased opinion about it.continue Reading
Building a suite of automated tests is arguably better than maintaining an army of manual testers, but it can still feel like a leap of faith—especially if this is your first attempt. According to LogiGear’s State of Software Survey Testing, only 19% of respondents were successful with Test Automation implementations the first time. Convincing key stakeholders in your organisation who aren’t as knowledgeable about Software Testing and Test Automation often needs the oomph of data and numbers.CONTINUE READING