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Software Testing for Hyper-Casual Games: Simple Doesn’t Mean Easy

A couple of years ago everyone said that hyper-casual games were having a moment. But now it’s clear that the “moment” has stretched into a longer trend.  According to statistics

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Quality Assurance of a CRM: What to Test for Best Results

Relatively few businesses don’t use customer relationship management (CRM) solutions for processes optimization nowadays. To be able to take full advantage of CRM benefits, though, and for these solutions’ maximum

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How to Test Marketing Automation Software

What is a better way to maximize the efficiency of repetitive and laborious marketing and sales activities than to use marketing automation tools? But that is only if these tools

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Risks & Testing Standards for iGaming Solutions

Despite being considered a product for entertaining users, iGaming software deals with an extremely sensitive subject: their money. New features need to be delivered fast, but quality remains the main

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How We Test Educational Apps for Kids? (Spoiler: we use it as a kid, remember about adults, and never forget we are testers)

These days kids are quick at mastering mobile phones and computers. Such skills are switching from “nice-to-have” to a necessity. Parents have already measured this and even found how to

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5 Reasons Why Independent Testing Benefits In-House QA Teams

Aren’t independent testing and in-house QA natural enemies as competitors? How can independent testing possibly benefit in-house QA teams? Read further to find out. In this article, we provide 5

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5 pain points for multimedia software you can handle with software testing

Hello. What symptoms bother you? The global way to digitalization and last pandemic experience lead to massive migration to the online space, changing trends, and end-user needs. Being limited to

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Software Bugs Monthly Digest – May 2021

Almost half a year has passed – and here we are. More bugs, cyberattacks, and user headaches continue to occur as the value of QA arises. Finally, the world has

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What you should know about testing your E-learning platform

The popularity and relevance of platforms for online training and learning is obvious for everyone. Companies are increasingly introducing this trend for their employees, online schools are opening every day,

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Software Bugs Monthly Digest ― April 2021

This month brought many memorable and impactful software bugs-related news. In April, the world discussed dangerous security bugs, problems with aviation software, a high-profile bug-related court case, and issues with

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Internet of Things (IoT): Most Challenging Testing Types

Recent reports state that many people are still “scared” of the Internet of Things. Some of them fear being locked out of their smart home, predict that self-driving cars would

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