Listing all posts with tag   Testing

A Sales Technique That Will Help Test Software & Implement Projects

Sales Techniques That Can Help Test Software & Implement Large Projects. I am a great believer of making sure we use context driven testing techniques as we need to make software that is fit for a purpose. The other month I was discussing with the technical director at Impero about…

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10 Ways You Know You’re a Tester

This post from UTest discuss 10 Ways you know you’re a tester  I do like number 6: You are happy when an app crashes When you find at least one bug in literally every app you use or website you visit (whether you’re looking for them or not)…

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Explaining testing: It's a small change, it doesn't need testing

A reminder even small changes need testing.. Have you danced with the tester?: Explaining testing: It’s a small change, it doesn’t need testing.…

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“Fed” Up With Bad Software? Learn from the Woes of Healthcare.gov

This is a great article from Brenda Hall on the failure of Healthcare.gov. The quote “Testing is expensive. Testing takes time. Testing is hard. Testing takes experienced professionals to execute.”  is very true. “Fed” Up With Bad Software? Learn from the Woes of Healthcare.gov  Via bridge360blog.…

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Test Engineering Skills Map

A skills map from Red Gate Software that highlights skills of test engineer and how they cross over other disciplines. Test Engineering Skills Map | Red Gate Software Development.…

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