What is Teamwork for Senior Software QA Engineer? 0

Let us ask you a question: what’s in common between ants colony and QA Department? The workaholism and hierarchy. Ants and QA engineers are structured, organized, and that’s why both of

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How bugs impact your business. With real-life examples 0

Have you ever thought what is a bug in the software and how it could impact your business? Do you know the real cost of errors in your application? What consequences could you face if not taking care of the

Heart of Gaming: QATestLab Experience at Gamescom 0

On August 20-24 QATestLab team had a pleasure to visit Gamescom 2019 in Cologne, Germany. This year the event, which takes place since 2009, raised to the federal level – the trade fair was opened personally by Angela Merkel. For

Testing at a Complex Project: QATestLab Real Case 0

While you are planning your vacation or are already enjoying a cocktail on the beach, the growth of IT projects is not going to slow down. They grow and develop, and often startups turn into huge companies with dozens of

How Time Reports Help Manage QA Team? 2

Every office has been in this situation: hearing one of the coworkers saying “Do we need this?” and understanding that the Time Report debates have started. Some people hate them and others… understand their necessity. However, all of the employees

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Top Android Devices to choose for Testing Apps in 2019 2

Fights and arguments about operational systems are still on. They look to be infinity but not chill. Android is a pretty strong competitor in this raise to be the best. This article holds proofs and statistics that could be useful

Differences between Web App and Mobile App Testing 0

Still doubt if your software needs a mobile version? Let’s think: 3.7 billion people have mobile phones, and 47.96% of them use mobile applications. Are you ready to lose approximately 2 billion of possible users? Fortunately for users, the modern market

Ready, Set, Go! How fitness apps became our coaches? 0

Do you go in for sports? Visit a gym or go to pilates at least a couple of days a week? Do you have a fitness tracker? Or is there any fitness application installed on your smartphone? In the majority

Why mobile apps fail 1

According to the Mobile App Report performed by comScore Inc, a digital measurement and analytics company, 65,5% of US smartphone users downloaded zero applications per month and only 8,8% – two applications. But that did not mean that those applications

Mobile presence – whim or demand? 0

Do you have a mobile version of your website or the application you developed? If not, then it is the right time to create it. Why? Let statistics speak. The research-based consulting company Gallup said that 52% of smartphone owners

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