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What to pack when you go bug hunting?

Bug Hunting Bug Hunting is common practice for many testing organizations worldwide, yet some test managers wrongly feel they go Hunting when their testers informally play with the application in order to find “border-case defects”. What are bug hunts? and what are they not… Bug Hunts are Informal Testing exercises; this should not be mistaken […]

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The art of transforming testing data into project information

A while back a colleague asked me for help creating a better testing report for her current project. The task got me thinking about how QA managers handle the same information differently; and how this makes the difference between being treated as “Testing Guy” or as the “Inside Information Provider” of a software project. We […]

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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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