Exploratory Testing: Features and Appliance

The testing types list seems to be endless and, moreover, some of them have very similar characteristics. Many “green” testers cannot realize the fine line between ad-hoc testing and exploratory

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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 0

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 learned its lesson: quality practices are being integrated into every

What you should know about testing your E-learning platform 0

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, you can get a new profession in 3-6 months instead

Software Bugs Monthly Digest ― April 2021 0

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 electric folding bicycles. Read our April Bugs Digest further 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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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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