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3 Goals of Usability Testing

The study of user behaviour on the Web shows that they do not perceive the slow sites and sites with complex designs. People do not want to wait. Also, they

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27% of QA Teams Don’t Use a Bug Tracker

Note: the article was updated in June 2018. According to a Data Research conducted by Testuff, a provider of solution for test management activities, 27% of test management tool users

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Apache JMeter Basis

I’ve been doing some self-training for a few weeks. This time the choice fell on performance testing and specifically on a very interesting and useful open-source tool from Apache. I

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5 Simple Ways to Reproduce Not Reproducible Bug

There are often situations in the daily work of a software tester when it is impossible to give precise instructions how to reproduce the bug for developers or other team

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Software Testing Techniques : Positive vs Negative

Positive Software Testing Techniques Positive software testing techniques focus on validating a predefined expectation. In other words, these techniques help you verify that what is supposed to happen actually does

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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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Difference Between White Box, Black Box, and Gray Box Testing

Note: the article was updated in September 2018. In this article, we are going to talk about three common approaches to software testing: white-box, black-box, and grey-box testing. We will

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4 Steps For Successful UI Prototyping

Note: this article was updated in October 2019. One of the most important steps in creating something new is prototyping. If the mistake was made at this stage, it would

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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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