Software testing is a catch-all term describing the many ways websites and software applications are tested for quality and performance. It evaluates the functionality of a software program to determine whether or not it meets business, user, and legal requirements. Software testing may involve one or many of any of the following testing types depending, […]
Software development process issues have been around since the inception of software. Improving software development productivity should be the main focus of all who work on development teams, especially leads and project managers. However, before any issues are addressed, teams must understand which issues might arise during development. Here, we cover three of the most […]
Computer history is full of spectacular and expensive bugs that cost companies and government entities money, time, reputation — and sometimes, people’s lives. It’s important to learn from our past and software testing is no different. While calculating the full financial damage of software bugs can be difficult, these four bugs were some of history’s […]
Automated testing can be a complicated endeavor. Unless software is stable with many uniform parts, developing a test case that thoroughly checks the software is an involved and timely process. Websites with content pages that follow the same layout are much better candidates for test automation compared to sites that employ many variations in the […]
Making sure your software infrastructure can handle high user demand is crucial for pre-launch software testing. If software performance suffers or your website doesn’t load its pages under high demand, the user’s experience and their satisfaction with your product will suffer. These load testing strategy tips will help make sure your software testing engineers are […]
Our Manager of Business Development, Evan Call, attended the Connect:ID Biometric Conference in Washington DC from April 30 through May 1st. Additionally, the exhibit hall had tons of impressive displays and demonstrations by the likes of NEC, AnyVision, Vision-Box, and iProov.
No matter what the nature of a tech company, testing software before it reaches the public is crucial. Though some companies are turned off by third-party testing due to the additional cost, when comparing the advantages of testing to the consequences of avoiding it, the benefits of software testing quickly become apparent.