QA Management

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Quality Assurance according to PMBOK

What does it take to succeed in the sphere you work in? Is it all about qualification and academic degrees? Statistics says that only 56% of project managers from big

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Self-organized Agile Teams are Real or No?

Once Agile appeared as a method of project management and became very popular due to its completely new approach – self-organization, distribution of responsibility, intensive communication, etc. In the Agile

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Top 5 of Test Management Tools

Have you ever thought how to choose a test management tool? There are hundreds of such programs and, at first sight, it seems there is no problem to choose the

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Building a QA Team from Scratch: pros and cons

The proper start is already half of the result. However, any business process may turn out to be difficult if you need to start it with a complete zero. If

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Guide for QA Leads: Responsibilities, Skills, Team Management

What kind of job do you do? – I’m QA lead in the IT company. – ‘QA’ what? Have you just made that out? Professional IT world is full of

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Kanban in Software Testing: Tips on its Effective Use

People familiar with the software development lifecycle definitely heard about the Kanban methodology. Some challenges may arise while adapting this method to a definite sphere. If you understand the basics

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GDPR in QA: influence on test data management

In the world of total computerization and digital techniques we all concern about the access to our personal information and its possible use. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into

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Avoid a storm in a teacup or how to communicate with remote QA team?

Independent testers provide an objective and unbiased quality assessment being uninvolved in development activities. They check product functionality, document an actual result and compare it with the project specification if

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How to Stop Annoying Project Team with Improper Test Cases?

Properly designed test cases promote the creation of top-quality products and solutions by increasing the productivity and work efficiency of the whole team. Poorly written test cases may lead to

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Scrum vs Kanban

The word ‘Kanban’ is translated from the Japanese language as a ‘visual signal’. This is the methodology for visualizing a workflow. The whole scope of work is specified on the

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How Does Agile Environment Affect QA Roles?

A scope of duties in software testing company has been undergone significant changes over last years. In the traditional way of development, there were managers who monitored and controlled engineers

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