Some QA teams that have automation still run part of their automatic test cases manually. I wondered WHY do they do this? here are some of your reasons. I also added some of the ideas and points to be taken into account in order to successfully coordinate your manual and automated testing efforts.
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Last month I attended the DevOps Days Tel Aviv conference, I took some notes about the interesting stuff people said – like many people do during a conference – and then I put the notebook away – like most people usually do after a conference… But yesterday I was going over my notebook, I guess I […]
What does Messi’s hair, a megaphone, getting fired, and repositioning your desk have in common…? If I got your attention come on in and read this blog post 🙂
Next time you give a progress report think about what is the important information you want to communicate to your project team. Here is a list of examples of things we usually forget to add to our reports…
We testers are always too busy running tests, and so we don’t see if there are additional things we could do in order to improve our process and to provide more value to our teams. Sometimes you need to make a hard stop and force yourself to think about the things you can do differently […]
Decision Driven Test Management is one of the approach taken by many experienced QA Managers even without noticing it. In today’s environment, when projects are short and the need for good decision making is even higher you can increase the value of your testing by applying the following tips and steps that will help you […]