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Risks of Not Testing Software Properly

Risks of Not Testing Software Properly

Life is full of risks, but with careful planning and strategic testing, there are ways to mitigate those risks. The job of software testers hinges solely on risk mitigation; insufficient software testing (or a complete lack thereof) increases the chance of developer complications, stakeholder disapproval, and bad consumer experiences. Software testing is, therefore, a top […]

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50 Shades of QA

50 Shades of QA

Quality assurance in general – and software testing specifically – can come in many ways, shapes, or forms.  Several QA firms offer rigid, pre-defined QA solutions to their clients. However, consumers are frequently saying ‘no’ to this take-it-or-leave-it approach in lieu of a much more customized solution. QA Solutions for the Modern Software Developer Software […]

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Why You Must Perform Cross-browser Testing

Why You Must Perform Cross-browser Testing

Everyone has a preferred browser that they use on a daily basis. For example, many business people prefer Google’s Chrome and Mozilla’s Firefox browsers over the traditional Internet Explorer or its current incarnation, Microsoft Edge. These preferences are personal, but usually involve criteria like how fast it loads browsers or performs online searches. These differences […]

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Manual Testing Versus Automation: Which is Best?

Manual Testing Versus Automation: Which is Best?

Automation experts often claim that automated testing improves the quality of software and that automated testing tools are an excellent solution for every software testing project. The truth, however, is that automated testing requires specific skills and training to use them effectively. Manual testing is still a vital component of software quality assurance, especially when […]

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Test Plan Versus Test Case; What’s the Difference?

Test Plan Versus Test Case; What’s the Difference?

Software quality assurance encompasses many unique terms. People who work in this industry are often bombarded with different software terminology and are sometimes bewildered as to what these varying expressions mean. For example, two common terms that cause confusion are “test plan” and “test case”. Here we break down what these terms mean and what […]

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