LogiGear Magazine – May 2011 – the Test Process Improvement Issue

LogiGear Magazine – May 2011 – The Test Process Improvement Issue

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Reducing the pester of duplications in bug reporting. Both software Developers and Testers need to be able to clearly identify any ‘Bug’, via the ‘Title’ used for the ‘Bug Report’.
Regardless of the method you choose, simply spending some time thinking about good test design before writing the first test case will have a very high payback down the line, both in the quality and the efficiency of the tests. Test design is the single biggest contributor to success in software testing and its also ...
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Has this ever happened to you: You’ve been testing for a while, perhaps building off of a branch, only to find out that, after all of this time, there is something big wrong. It’s a bad build and now you have to go backwards, fix something, and get a new build. Basically, you just wasted ...
When You’re Out to Fix Bottlenecks, Be Sure You’re Able to Distinguish Them From System Failures and Slow Spots Bottlenecks are likely to be lurking in your application. Here’s how you as a performance tester can find them. This article first appeared in Software Test & Performance, May 2005. So you found an odd pattern ...
One of the most common challenges faced by business leaders is the lack of visibility into QA activities. QA leaders have a tough time communicating the impact, value, and ROI of testing to the executives in a way that they can understand. Traditional reporting practices often fail to paint the full picture and do not ...
People who follow me on twitter or via my blog might be aware that I have a wide range of interests in areas outside my normal testing job. I like to research and learn different things, especially psychology and see if it may benefit and improve my skills and approaches during my normal testing job. ...
PWAs have the ability to transform the way people experience the web. There are a few things we can agree we have seen happen. The first being that we figured out the digital market from an application type perspective. Secondly, we have seen the rise of mobile, and lastly, the incredible transformation of web to ...
This is an adaptation of a presentation entitled Software Testing 3.0 given by Hung Nguyen, LogiGear CEO, President, and Founder. The presentation was given as the keynote at the Spring 2007 STPCON conference in San Mateo, California. Watch for an upcoming whitepaper based on this topic. Introduction This first article of this two article series ...
This article was adapted from a presentation titled “How to Turn Your Testing Team Into a High-Performance Organization” to be presented by Michael Hackett, LogiGear Vice President, Business Strategy and Operations, at the Software Test & Performance Conference 2006 at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge, Massachusetts (November 7 – 9, 2006). Introduction Testing is often looked ...
Test design is the single biggest contributor to success in software testing. Not only can good test design result in good coverage, it is also a major contributor to efficiency. The principle of test design should be “lean and mean.” The tests should be of a manageable size and at the same time complete and ...
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