test management

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Cards and chips at a casino Risk Coverage: A New Currency for Testing

In the era of agile and DevOps, release decisions need to be made rapidly—preferably, even automatically and instantaneously. Test results that focus solely on the number of test cases leave you with a huge blind spot. If you want fast, accurate assessments of the risks associated with promoting the latest release candidate to production, you need a new currency in testing: Risk coverage needs to replace test coverage.

Wolfgang Platz's picture Wolfgang Platz
what is the best way to approach testing in the financial investment industry

I would like to find out strategies used by other QA as well as which methods would work best in this environment as I am used to working in a dev environment and not financial institution 

 
 

shaakir johaar's picture shaakir johaar
Dozens of workshop tools laid out in an orderly fashion Transforming a Test Automation Maintenance Nightmare into Success

Best practices for test automation emphasize reliability, portability, reusability, readability, maintainability, and more. But how can your existing automated test suite adopt these qualities? Should you address these issues with your current tests, or create an entirely new set of tests? Here are some questions that will help you determine if your test automation maintenance program is operating as it should be.

Vinay Shah's picture Vinay Shah
2020 letters and confetti 7 Agile Testing Trends to Watch for in 2020

With 2020 upon us, software development firms seeking to increase their agility are focusing more and more on aligning their testing approach with agile principles. Let’s look at seven of the key agile testing trends that will impact organizations most this year.

Nick Karlsson's picture Nick Karlsson
Person holding sparkler with New Year's fireworks in the background Top 10 StickyMinds Articles of 2019

Teams everywhere are looking to speed up testing without sacrificing quality, so once again, some of the top articles last year were about continuous integration, machine learning, and—of course—how to best implement and use test automation. But readers were also interested in what they shouldn't be doing, with two high-ranking articles about test practices we should stop and a tool you may be misusing.

Beth Romanik's picture Beth Romanik
How to test the content in a Arabic language website?

If the designs(XD adobe screens)from the clients are given in arabic how to overcome that problem if english is the only language that can be used to test from our side. Can i get the solution? Can i get any tool to change the entire texts(which is given in image) from arabic to english?

sindhu jah's picture sindhu jah
Brain made of computer circuits and binary code A Simpler Way of Using Machine Learning to Shift Testing Left

The advantages of shifting left and testing as early as possible are obvious. But as you automate more testing, the test suite grows larger and larger, and it takes longer and longer to run. Instead, just automate the process of finding the right set of tests to run. The key to that is machine learning. This isn't AI bots finding bugs autonomously without creating tests; this is a different way to use machine learning, and it’s far simpler.

James Farrier's picture James Farrier
Describe and create three negative test

Three examples of negeative test

Examples of Scenario testing

Examples of Soap testing

Ogadinma N Njoku
I want to know most used open source test case management tool/test data management tool by industries

I want to know most usefull open source test case management or test data management tool. Our company is doing R&D on this. I found there are many open source tool but unable to conclude.

 

Main features required :

Centralized test cases storage   

Test cases templates for common functionalities   

Search based on the metadata  

Import and Export   

User roles

Integration with defect tracking tool

 

KR Archanaa's picture KR Archanaa
Shachar Schiff Communication Is Everything: A Conversation with Shachar Schiff

Shachar Schiff, founder and principal consultant at BadTesting, chats with TechWell community manager Owen Gotimer about the recent rebrand of BadTesting, the four archetypes he uses to help customers, and the universal importance of communication.

Continue the conversation with Shachar (@Shak) and Owen (@owen) on the TechWell Hub (http://hub.techwell.com/)!

Owen Gotimer's picture Owen Gotimer

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