State of Testing Survey is now live!

If you’re new here subscribe to our blog for updates directly to your Email – see the box to your right >>   Ready to find out what challenges and best practices are top-of-mind for your peers in 2015? It only takes 10 min. to contribute to the improvement of your testing community.  ……….. Find out how your peers test! […]

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A trend is better than a snapshot, right?

Every tester knows that a trend graph is better than a snapshot graph, right? This is why when we came up with the idea of the State of Testing project, together with our friends from TeaTime with Testers, we decided up front that this would be a yearly project.  This way we would be able […]

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Best practices you can learn from watching Big Bang Theory

They  say don’t mix business with pleasure, but a few days ago the two mixed all on their own while I was watching a re-run of the big bang theory. Rather than letting my mind escape into mind numbing television, I found myself pondering professional aspects of software testing. Here’s what triggered this blog post, […]

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Bringing manual and automated testing together

The following is a Guest Blog Post by Cullyn Thomson from Tellurium.  You can follow Cullyn on Twitter at @CullynT and Tellurium at @te52app, and we also suggest you visit the Test Talk blog. You can also read more about Tellurium – “Plain English” automated testing tool – from their site http://www.te52.com ========= Looking back on the history of software testing, automated testing isn’t actually brand new. […]

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Impressions from QA&TEST 2014

The 13th International Conference on Software QA and Testing on Embedded Systems 22-23-24 October – Euskalduna Conference Centre Bilbao, Spain   I am very pleased to have been able to re-attend this year’s QA&TEST Conference. The main advantage of this conference is it’s niche approach to embedded systems testing and the purposely small number of attendants. The later, allows […]

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What’s your testing approach?

Too often we complain about our daily routine. We wake up most everyday of the week and go through the same motions and home and at work. Our mood might change, so we approach our daily tasks differently perhaps, but the routine remains the same. However, this is not a bad thing! You don’t realize […]

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