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How not to miss the last bug?

After product release, users find a serious bug despite much time and efforts spent on coding and testing. How and why does this happen? Now we are going to find

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Shift-right or shift-left? What testing to choose?

Are you sure that shift-left testing is a new approach? Actually, in 1950 IT specialists knew that testing performed at the very beginning of the project was more resultative. And

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Positive UX – how to make wow effect simple

Do you return home if you forget your phone on a table? Can you live at least one day without any gadget or PC? According to the report made by

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Can cyber security culture ensure hacker’s wipeout?

Recent successful cyber attacks force to change the attitude to cyber security culture that is closely connected with the company’s culture as well. Poor corporate culture evokes not only problems

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5 “must test” in e-commerce project

Nowadays e-commerce is an everyday reality. According to the researchers, by 2019 retail e-commerce sales will count 12.8% of worldwide retail purchases, that means over $3.5 trillion. And every day

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Security Testing Tools You Need to Know

The statistics of cyber attacks of the recent years shows that hackers broke 1061 blogs and websites in 2015 and 1017 ones in 2016. But when your website is hacked,

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Hacking: Pluses and Minuses

Nowadays hacking is rather popular. Some people are engaged in hacking activity because of personal illegal profit, using confidential or personal information for blackmailing or something like this. For others,

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6 Effective Ways to Perform Regression Testing

After performing software testing, reporting bugs and their fix regression testing should be executed. Its aim is to find defects of the software after code modifications or the product release.

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What Are the Components of IoT Testing?

The IoT products consist of several components and the specialists of software testing run the specified test case in order to check the work of every of these elements. Usually,

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How do Desktop, Client-Server and Web App Testing Differ?

Client-server applications require menu driven app testing. During its procedure, the specialists check the product functionality and main feature such as GUI but on the both sides – client and

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Acceptance Criteria vs Acceptance Test

The beginners who have small experience in the field of software testing may think that acceptance criteria and tests are the same notions. But some specialists take part in agile

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