QA/Testing Trends – 2014

This blog features the main trends in the sphere of software testing of 2013-2014 and gives reasons and explanations for better understanding. The quality assurance landscape is undergoing a major transformation as QA organizations try to align their goals with the business goals of their companies. QA has a tough balancing act to perform – Read more…

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Easy tools to build a Mobile application

How about trying your hand at building a mobile application? With so many free of cost resources available in the market, it is no more a nightmare if you try. The massive growth of the app market has coincided with the creation of a parallel niche industry — the proliferation of accessible, low-cost development alternatives Read more…

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Unreproducible Bugs – A Bane!

Article Credit Google Testing Blog In this blog, we shall share development/testing guidelines that can reduce the likelihood of these bugs from occurring at the first go. Avoid and test for race conditions, deadlocks, timing issues, memory corruption, uninitialized memory access, memory leaks, and resource issues. This blog will club together many bug types, but Read more…

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4 Security Lessons from the Great Bitcoin Bug

No 21st century business ever asks to take a second thought before trusting them with your personal data. Be it the most common one – swiping of a card at a local convenience store or that social media app you always find yourself on, using software that could potentially compromise your information is the norm, Read more…

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Software Testing: Direction to the Future

Predictions have become a kind of fashion now-a-days and the most common medium to spread it to the masses is the internet. And we all know that most of the predictions are: Vague and Boring Over-the-top and absurd As we say, exceptions are always there; here too it applies the same. Predictions are random most Read more…

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What does ‘Cloud Testing’ mean for Testers and QA professionals?

There is too much confusion in understanding Cloud testing. However, there are outright definitions on ‘Cloud Testing – it typically involves monitoring and reporting on real-world user traffic conditions as well as load balance and stress testing for a range of simulated usage conditions’, OR Wikipedia says, ‘Cloud computing is a jargon term without a Read more…

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Essential Load Testing Tips for Testers

The saying, “testing is a process, not a destination” is very true. Testing is an ongoing process as it should be performed at each step in the development cycle and should even continue after the application is live. While it can be frustrating that a tester’s job is never done, it’s important to take consolation Read more…

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Testing iOS app – The one of its kind!

Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS are operating systems used primarily in mobile technology, such as smart-phones and tablets. Android, which is Linux-based and partly open source, is more PC-like than iOS, where its interface and basic features are generally more customizable from top to bottom. However, iOS’ uniform design elements are sometimes seen as being Read more…

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Agile Testing – A Tester’s Relief!

Agile as the name refers implies something to do very quickly. Hence Agile Testing refers to validate the client requirements as soon as possible and make it customer friendly. Agile development methodology is a conceptual framework for undertaking any software engineering projects. There are a number of agile software development methods but the most popular Read more…

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Mobile and Agile – A Perfect Match?

“Mobile apps are different from other applications in significant ways. They need to have a small footprint and download or update quickly and smoothly. They need to seamlessly interact with back-end servers when needed. This state can only be achieved with several changes and adjustments along with the way. The sprints, enhanced quality assurance and Read more…

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