People & Teams


Crowdtesting: A Personal Account

When you have a project with a lot of moving parts but not a lot of time, crowdsourced testing may be the way to go. But how do you manage many people in varied locations when you haven't even met them? Yaron Kottler gives his account of finding and leading eighty testers for an international campaign—the challenges and his solutions.

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5 Ways Testers Can Mitigate Practical Risks in an Agile Team

Testers who analyze quality in every aspect of the team’s deliverables also have a responsibility to mitigate risks and practical issues that are bound to come up, and help the team succeed in their product as well as at being agile. Here are five such issues that testers can help the team alleviate or avoid.

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In the Process of Testing, Change Is Good

In testing, as in life, it’s easy to get stuck in an old, outdated process that no longer works for you and your team. To avoid this trap, you have to be flexible enough to adopt the mantra “Change is good.” But that’s rarely easy. Leah Coates shows how the willingness to make changes can have an enormous impact on the effectiveness of your team.

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Time-Tested Practices for a Successful Test Effort

Testing in software development is changing incredibly quickly. Test effort varies across projects, teams, and organizations, each having its unique identity in delivering a quality product. However, certain core testing practices never change and continue to drive successful test efforts. Mukesh Sharma details some that he sees standing the test of time.

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