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What is Zombie Testing? 0

“Zombie testing” is a routine tests execution using predetermined patterns and methods. In software testing, zombies are mostly concentrated on fulfilling their reports and documentation rather than finding tricky bugs.

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Best practices for “Best practices” 0

Note: the article was updated in September 2018. We face the “best practices” definition quite often. But what does “best practice” mean? Who defines what practice is the best one?

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JavaScript Testing Beginner’s Guide 0

JavaScript is an important part of web development in today’s Web 2.0 world. While there are many JavaScript frameworks in the market, learning to write, test, and debug JavaScript without

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Negative Test Cases for Functional Testing 1

Negative testing is a testing technique when invalid input data are used for software quality assessment. Its purpose is to check the software behavior in case of invalid input. In

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The Future of Testing is Wide Open 0

There has been plenty to read lately about the Future of Testing. Some of it from testers who I greatly respect, and up until now I’ve held my tongue and

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27% of QA Teams Don’t Use a Bug Tracker 0

Note: the article was updated in June 2018. According to a Data Research conducted by Testuff, a provider of solution for test management activities, 27% of test management tool users

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