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Why is it Necessary to Adjust Tools for Load Testing?

It is known that any web site testing should include load testing. It allows to determine whether the system is ready to proper function under real life conditions, when certain number of users interacts with it at the same time. Load tests are performed by specialists of automated testing. The tests require...

2 Wrong Boundary Ways of Managing a Software Testing Process

In order to execute any mobile testing, desktop testing or web site testing properly, all the works should be well planned and organized. Good business relationships between testers and managers play a key role in success of a project. 2 Types of Wrong Relationships Between Team Members and the Managers...

Why is it Hard to Hire Software Testers?

Though working in the field of information technology is prestigious, it appears that there are always fewer programmers and, in particular, experts in manual and automated testing, than required at the labor market. There are many reasons of that. The Main Reasons of Shortage in Software Testers...

On What Should One Rely Performing Usability Testing?

Perception of usability is rather subjective, as what is nice and pleasant for one person may seem ugly and irritating for another. It is also hard to measure usability. That is why usability testing is known for its sophisticated and subjective nature. It is often inadvertently executed, though usability is...

What is the Difference Between Approaches to Manual and Automated Testing?

When test engineers perform web site testing, desktop testing or mobile testing, they expect to find many defects. It is not because they consider the system to be bad or the developers incompetent, but because such state of mind helps to be effective during software testing. This attitude is always useful...

What is a Real Purpose of Automated Testing?

It is a common knowledge that any mobile testing, desktop testing and web site testing are meant to find all the serious defects in the software product under test. Tester’s work is often evaluated by the number of defects he or she finds for an hour or working day. So, all the activities during any...

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