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Analysis of Dynamics of Critical Defects

Over time the number of errors in the test program becomes less and at some point it has become necessary to terminate software testing. Determine this point is not so

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How to Involve Non-functional Testing?

Note: this article was updated in July 2019 Who would have thought that product development is only half the way to success?! No less important is to verify its quality

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7 Ways to Measure Test Coverage

Note: this article was updated in December 2019. There is no one-size-fits-all guide to creating test coverage. This is why the testers need to know advice about how to do

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Selenium 2 makes automation debugging easier

One of the parts of Selenium 1.0 that I never enjoyed was debugging automation that didn’t work. I had to faff about creating custom Firefox profiles with Firebug installed and

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Why Do We Need Performance Testing?

Note: the article was updated in June 2018. The digital technologies are improving with every single day. This fact has made modern customers very demanding in the question of technology

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Types of Bugs in Software Testing

Note: the article was updated in July 2018. There is no software without bugs. Every day testers all over the world encounter new and new software defects and issues. But

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What is Zombie Testing?

“Zombie testing” is a routine tests execution using predetermined patterns and methods. In software testing, zombies are mostly concentrated on fulfilling their reports and documentation rather than finding tricky bugs.

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What is the Main Aim of Software Tester?

“The main activity of testers is that they provide to the project participants of development software negative feedback on the quality of the product.” D. Spolsky recently described the same

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Aggressive and Passive Testing

I’ve been thinking about how I *bucket* testing. Here is what I mean. I see testing as aggressive and passive. Aggressive testing, to me, is the art of asking the product

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Non-Regression testing, what is it?

The article was updated in May 2018. Making code changes, a developer may affect the proper work of the software. Even a small tweak can cause unexpected consequences or provoke

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Selenium Auto Accept Self Signed SSL Certificates and Basic Authentication

One of my biggest annoyances and unresolved issues with Selenium is the self-signed SSL certificates. This was a huge issue for me on the last project when we had dozen

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