Functional testing is great for finding some types of problems. But using that technique alone is a bit like volunteering to put blinders on to other risks.
How do we test the product to find problems that only show up when all the pieces are combined and in the right place?
We testers split work into "manual" and "automated" testing. But hands-on testing and using tools feed into each other. Let's take a closer look at how manual testing and testing with tools braid together.
The way applications are being built is changing. For developers, building cross-platform apps is becoming easier than ever before. Take the example of the recent release of Windows 10, where developers can code once and then deploy the same code across multiple platforms such as desktop, phone
Under agile software development, a delivery team is expected to have everything it needs to deliver software as one team. That means the developers, testers, DBA's and analysts are all on one delivery team, working together to ship a stream of value. The focus shifts from work-product as a
The Secret Weapon for Increasing the Value of Your Manual and Automated Tests
In the world of software development, the term agile typically refers to any approach to project management that strives to unite teams around the principles of collaboration, flexibility, simplicity, transparency, and responsiveness to feedback throughout the entire process of developing a new
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