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It’s a Small (Testing) World After All

Hello Testers of the Free World 🙂 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. You can also read more about Tellurium – “Plain English” automated testing tool – from their site http://www.te52.com My last guest  post covered 4 reasons why bugs make it to production. But […]

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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 can also read more about Tellurium – “Plain English” automated testing tool – from their site http://www.te52.com   You’re a discerning, thorough, and creative software tester, right? You bet! So how […]

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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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