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It’s always good to have a healthy environment within the Team, and to maintain that, one should have more interaction and discussion with Peers, and having a genuine smile helps you to maintain that, it spreads happiness thereby creates a healthy and productive environment.
A comprehensive guide on how to perform usability testing for embedded systems software, along with brief on usability testing attributes.
The article covers the broad and main idea of what quality assurance is as well as lists some of the things that a software quality assurance engineer is most likely to be doing, however, the methods of work might differ from an organisation to other.
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A quick brief on the proven best practices for effective test automation from personal experiences. We discuss what to automate, why automate, what cannot be automated and how to implement solid strategy for better product quality.
Would you know what to do if you were asked to write a test case? and how to do it properly. What about a test case and test scenario? Do you know the difference between them? Read more to understand the characteristics of a good test case, and how to write them efficiently.
When a bug is discovered and created, there are generally 2 fields: Severity and Priority. These 2 concepts are often confused. However, there are essential differences between them. In this article, we will define each term and its levels.
Do you know why software testers need to start writing blogs? How writing blogs can help them to become a better software tester? In this article, Balaji has shared about his views on writing and how it helped him as a software tester.
Many people think Quality assurance and Quality control are the same. also, they often use the phrase QA to refer to testing, but this isn’t true. They are related and tightly linked, and it’s very confusing to differentiate between QA, QC and testing and to identify each activity of them. Moreover, people in this domain sometime wonder about their job title:” am I a software tester, QA engineer or QC engineer ?” In this article, we will define each term and the difference between them, and by the end of it, you will be able to respond to this question.