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It’s a Small (Testing) World After All

Hello Testers of the Free World ūüôā I am still trying to catch my breath after spending the past few weeks in¬†“travel mode”, but I wanted¬†to¬†sit down and share a cool¬†observation from my interaction with a large number of testing teams we visited and some individual testers I talked to from the Meetups we attended. […]

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The 2017 State of Testing is live!

We won’t keep you in suspense any longer – The 2017 State of Testing survey is live! and¬†will remain open throughout January. The largest worldwide testing survey is hosted annually on this QA Intelligence Blog¬†and in collaboration with TeaTime with Testers¬†magazine. The Survey is the best¬†way¬†to influence the global testing community and¬†help expose the top […]

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4 More Reasons Bugs are Missed

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. My last guest ¬†post covered 4 reasons why bugs make it to production. But are those the only reasons we sometimes miss things? No way! Here are 4 more reasons […]

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4 Reasons Bugs Are Missed

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’re a discerning, thorough, and creative software tester, right? You bet! So how is it that bugs still manage to make it to production?Here are 4 reasons why a […]

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Lessons learned the hard way

Sometimes a¬†blog posts really hits a nerve. When Joel’s¬†whimsical¬†blog post: “Letter to a starting tester” got a staggering amount of comments, reactions, tweets and shares, it was obvious he had stumbled upon something of interest, that should be explored further. To shortly recap, the blog post was a personal letter PractiTest‘s solution architect Joel Montvelisky […]

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