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I need help developing a test strategy for UAT of Loyalty Points System. I'd appreciate any guidance on how to approach testing.

I need help. I don't have very clear requirements and I have never tested a loyalty points system before. I need to design the test cases for the users to execute UAT. Any pointers? 

Brian Robinson's picture Brian Robinson
QA professionals performing continuous testing How Continuous Testing Is Done in DevOps

DevOps does speed up your processes and make them more efficient, but companies must focus on quality as well as speed. QA should not live outside the DevOps environment; it should be a fundamental part. If your DevOps ambitions have started with only the development and operations teams, it’s not too late to loop in testing. You must integrate QA into the lifecycle in order to truly achieve DevOps benefits.

Junaid Ahmed's picture Junaid Ahmed
What are the best approaches to reduce production defects in software development?

I want to know the best approaches (Automated UAT, Regression testing, Retesting, etc.) to reduce production defects in software development.

Roberto Romello's picture Roberto Romello
What are the testing challenges that banking and financial organizations might encounter while implementing FLEXCUBE?

I want to know the testing challenges that the banking and financial services sector might encounter while implementing FLEXCUBE to address a bank's core banking needs. Also, I want to know a list of recommended software used in the banking sector.

Roberto Romello's picture Roberto Romello
Woman wearing a hard hat and working with a machine Blending Machine Learning and Hands-on Testing

As your QA team grows, manual testing can lose the ability to focus on likely problem areas and instead turn into an inefficient checkbox process. Using machine learning can bring back the insights of a small team of experienced testers. By defining certain scenarios, machine learning can determine the probability that a change has a serious defect, so you can evaluate risk and know where to focus your efforts.

James Farrier's picture James Farrier
Davar Ardalan From NPR to AI and Storytelling Startup

Davar Ardalan, founder and storyteller-in-chief of IVOW, talks about how her experience working at NPR helped her launch an AI and storytelling startup. She discusses how testers, QA and software engineers are the front lines of working with the users and understanding user engagement and explains the importance of finding ways to collaborate.

Jennifer Bonine's picture Jennifer Bonine
Car dashboard with various meters and dials 5 Key Elements for Designing a Successful Dashboard

When you’re designing a dashboard to track and display metrics, it is important to consider the needs and expectations of the users of the dashboard and the information that is available. There are several aspects to consider when creating a new dashboard in order to make it a useful tool. For a mnemonic device to help you easily remember the qualities that make a good dashboard, just remember the acronym “VITAL.”

Nels Hoenig's picture Nels Hoenig
Adam Auerbach A Testing Culture in DevOps: An Interview with Adam Auerbach

Adam Auerbach, head of testing at EPAM Systems, discusses testing in DevOps and why it’s important we instill a testing culture in DevOps organizations. He says DevOps is about enabling teams to do things on their own, and he gives recommendations for some general metrics that teams can start with to measure speed and efficiency.

Owen Gotimer's picture Owen Gotimer
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
Seretta Gamba Universal Test Automation Patterns: An Interview with Seretta Gamba

Seretta Gamba, test manager at Steria Mummert ISS GmbH, discusses how she has been working on assembling test automation patterns—solutions that experienced practitioners have already found. She talks about her developmental background and why she is so interested in these patterns, which don't include any code or tools because those will eventually change, while the patterns will remain universal.

Jennifer Bonine's picture Jennifer Bonine

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