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Performance Testing vs Performance Engineering 0

There is plenty of information explaining, characterizing and comparing performance testing and performance engineering. These two notions are different concepts, but the boundaries are so vague that they cause a

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Is unit testing enough for software release? 0

Unit testing is the first step on the long way to a high-quality software. Its main purpose is to verify code. But what about the other product aspects? Is unit

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How to become a freelance software tester? 0

Nowadays, more and more people choose freelancing instead of office jobs. They are usually guided by the idea of a flexible schedule, high incomes, and absolute independence. But this kind

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ISTQB certification: what, why and when 0

Certificates prove your professionalism in a certain sphere. Probably, you have already heard about ISTQB (International Software Testing Qualification Board) certification for software testers. Let’s look more precisely at this

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Penetration Testing: zero in on security 1

Penetration testing or pentesting evaluates security system of a ready software. Its main goal is to detect potential vulnerabilities by simulating malicious attacks. Pentesting helps to improve software security basing

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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,

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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%

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New Books For Every Software Tester to Read 0

As new IT trends appear every year, and new software development practices are constantly evolving, the field of software testing also adjusts its techniques and approaches to the current requirements

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How spammers get your data from health and fitness apps? 0

Do you have a health and fitness application installed on your smartphone? Do you monitor your sleep cycles, count calories and track your activity using an application? Or do you

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