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A robot hand touching a keyboard 5 Things That Will Impact the Future of Software Testing

From the way we look at software, evaluate risks, think about complexity, design our test approach and strategy, and help to release a stable product to the customer, technology has had an influence on how we test software. And that influence will only continue as technology advances. On a high level, here are five key things we’re already seeing that are going to shape the future of software testing.

Raj Subrameyer's picture Raj Subrameyer
Quality Dashboard for Software Testing

I am trying to design a Quality Dashboard for software testing that can help us monitor all tickets filed for bugs, as well as other information that can help our Developmenmt Team.  I wanted to make sure we monitor the trurnaroud time in resolving bugs, as well as which area of the application are we seeing most of the bugs.  Also, I am not sure if possible, I would like to link it to the Sprint of the Dev Team since we are using an Agile approach in the development.

Hoping to get your thoughts on this.  Thank you in advance.

Alan Barona

alan barona's picture alan barona
Hand drawing automation gears For Sustainable Test Automation, Look beyond the Surface

When it comes to achieving sustainable test automation, having an appropriate test automation team structure in place is the most important first step to take. This article has some proven practices for a few different test automation adoption scenarios—led by an automation team or a regression team, and with agile adaptations—that have helped organizations enjoy long-term test automation success.

Maximilian Bauer's picture Maximilian Bauer
How to automate the test running process using TestComplete?

We are endeavoring to coordinate tests in our day by day constructs utilizing TestComplete, so far we have a machine devoted for testing and our fabricate content duplicates to this machine everything TestComplete requirements for its tests (Application, Database, Test content venture and source documents, and so forth). 

Essentially we can open the TestComplete venture physically and run the tests. 

Presently we need to computerize that procedure, so how would you do it? Or on the other hand how would you think would be the least difficult and most ideal approach to make this robotization? 

Keeping it short, we need to robotize the way toward opening TestComplete after each form, run every one of the tests and send an email with the test outcomes.

Bargavi Kalla's picture Bargavi Kalla
Angie Jones It’s Time for Testers to Own the Shift-Left Narrative: An Interview with Angie Jones

In this interview, Angie Jones, a consulting automation engineer, explains what it means to shift your testing left, why management if often in control of how it’s done, and why testers already have the right skills to test earlier in the lifecycle.

Josiah Renaudin's picture Josiah Renaudin
DevOps and the Culture of Code DevOps and the Culture of Code

Migrating an organization to continuous integration requires adoption new processes, tools, and automation. DevOps relies on dramatic culture change to encourage total transparency and collaboration among all project stakeholders.

Patrick Turner's picture Patrick Turner
30 mins Mobile App Automation Challenge?

Are we able to create and execute our app automation scripts on multiple devices through Automation studio in 30 minutes ?

Thanks, James

 

james lees's picture james lees
Jeff Payne Why You Need to Take Security and DevOps Seriously: An Interview with Jeff Payne
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In this interview, Jeff Payne, the CEO and cofounder of Coveros, explains why major companies just aren’t that good at security. He discusses how you can better protect your business, as well as why DevOps can and should be a key to your success.

Jennifer Bonine's picture Jennifer Bonine
telescope Agile Trends to Watch in 2018

With 2018 well underway, it seems like a good time to look ahead and think about what we hope to accomplish this year. Find out which agile trends these software experts are most looking forward to in the coming months.

Heather Shanholtzer's picture Heather Shanholtzer
Building Autonomous DevOps Capability in Delivery Teams

After setting up a DevOps team and adopting continuous delivery practices, product releases may not be as smooth as they could be. The missing ingredient requires empowerment and autonomy.

Miiro Juuso's picture Miiro Juuso

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