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What is Software Accessibility Testing?

Software developers often know that they need to test their software for performance, device compatibility and security, but too often forget about another important type of testing: software accessibility testing. After all, the need for user accessibility may not be...

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Onshore vs. Nearshore vs. Offshore Software Testing

When talking about the location of software testing labs, the terms “offshore,” “nearshore” and “onshore” are likely to turn up. But what do they mean, and how does that information help you choose the right software testing company? These terms are often tied to...

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When to Write a Software Testing Strategy Document

Software testing strategy documents are reference documents that software developers, project managers and software testing engineers can use to clearly outline their strategies for testing a piece of software. They can be incredibly helpful for keeping track of...

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Tips to Improve Your Software Load Testing Strategy

Making sure that your software infrastructure can handle high user demand is crucial for pre-launch software testing. After all, you need to make sure that your users are having a positive experience with your software. If software performance suffers or your website...

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Why Software Testing is Crucial for Tech Companies

Whether you are a tech company producing websites, apps or other software for internal use, or you are developing software for customer use, software testing is crucial. Some companies can be put off of software testing because it seems like an additional cost on top...

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The Basics of Regression Testing

Companies go through rigorous software testing to ensure their software is ready and error-free for its users before the software is released. But pre-launch is not the only time a company should be thinking about software testing. Regression testing is an important...

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