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What we learned from 100,000 game bugs reported? 0

On October 25 QATestLab held a webinar with our best test engineers Ivan, Alex, and Nazar to learn about game testing from experienced insiders, dispel popular myths and discuss unusual

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To Fix or Not to Fix? That Is the Question 0

For a novice software tester, the most important thing is to present his/her professionalism and knowledge by finding a lot of bugs during functional testing, regression testing, load testing, unit

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What Information a Good Bug Report Contains 0

The results of any mobile application testing, desktop testing or web site testing are informative and clear error reports. Sometimes the developers can decline a defect claiming that they cannot

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5 Characteristics of a Good Bug Report 0

The only tangible result of any web site, desktop or mobile testing is bug reports. That is why testers should be very serious about error reports and write them thoroughly.

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Additional Info Needed for Bug Report 0

Bug reports play significant role in software development life cycle. It is impossible and useless to execute web, desktop or mobile application testing without them, as no results of testers’

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What Title Should Bug Report Have? 0

Experienced testers know that the most significant elements of any mobile, desktop or web site testing are bug reports. They demonstrate results of testers’ work. So, every software tester must

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Assessing Bug Priority and Severity 0

Majority of bug databases, whether developed in-house or through third-party tools, have some fields that can be filled in-title, priority, severity, opened by, assigned to, and so on. I vigorously

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