Performance Testing: how to detect system bottlenecks 0

The main aim of performance testing is to detect performance bottlenecks that can cause negative user experience and even software fail. The most common system bottlenecks are slow response time, poor scalability, too long load time, system downtime, software breaks

Internet of Things: why projects fail 0

In 1988, the article published in New York Times said that in future people would be able to put the light on, switch on / off radio and television, even start washing clothes and baking a cake simply by using

Test Automation in Agile Environment 0

According to Agile methodology, all processes should be fast and iterative, and test automation solves this problem. The implementation of continuous integration ensures quick turnarounds. The execution of test automation suite enables to check the product quality at any given

Data Breaches: why to watch your back 0

In 2018, cybersecurity still remains a stumbling rock. Last year showed that hackers’ attacks became more sophisticated. In comparison to 2016, the number of data breaches in 2017 was 44.7% higher. According to 2017 Data Breach Year-End Review by the

Testing within one project: what to verify first? 0

What to test first – software functionality, reliability or security? What aspects to verify in order to ensure a successful product release? What testing types to perform at projects with limited budget and fixed release date? Will omitted usability and

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