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Software Testing Techniques

Introduction Because of the fallibility of its human designers and its own abstract, complex nature, software development must be accompanied by quality assurance activities. It is not unusual for developers

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Pareto Principle in Software Testing

Note: The article was updated in July 2018. Pareto Principle states that 20% of efforts bring 80% of results, and the other 80% of efforts bring only 20% of results.

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Adding Custom Result Types in TestLink

We actively use TestLink as the management system for testing. It is also very convenient to use it in conjunction with the automated tests. A little later I will tell

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E-mail Distribution of Test Results Obtained from Selenium + TestNG

If you have to run a bunch of automated tests using Selenium + TestNG, the results of running the tests can be easily sent to all interested parties automatically. It

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3 Main Benefits of Ad Hoc Testing

If you do not have sufficiently detailed software specifications and, we can offer you ad hoc testing. More upated information about ad hoc testing you can find here. Ad hoc

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4 Best Add-ons to Identify Selenium Locators

Locators allow tester to find elements on a page that can be used in automated tests. And it is not trivial task to uniquely identify some locators. I offer 4

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Exploratory Testing – Advantages and Disadvantages

Note: this article was updated in August 2019. Is everything in software testing depends on strict planning? Not always. Speaking about exploratory testing in Agile or any other project methodology,

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5 Best Firefox Add-ons for Software Tester

1. Firebug With this add-on all the necessary tools are at your fingertips during using browser. You can edit, debug, and explore the CSS, HTML, and JavaScript on any Web

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