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What is the best testing approach for 1 week's sprint in Agile Scrum?

I am currently working on a market study to evaluate quality assurance companies. More specifically, QA companies located in San Francisco and Austin will also be useful.

Many thanks!

A trend is observed in the IT industry, that the relative weight of testing is dramatically increasing; why?

I'm new to testing..i'm going to choose testing as my domain..i would like to know more about testing tools.which will have better growth and more demand in the market??

What is the best testing approach for 1 week's sprint in Agile Scrum?

I have written a code to do read & write(random file) pulling a hard disk performance.But,I also want to check when there is a disk failure.So,I am trying to induce disk failure using SCSI tool.But,I am unable to get any insights for it.Can anybody direct me to do the same.

I am in search of an open source tool so that I can automate testing of a Windows Desktop application.

 

Suggest the list of widely used Automated Testing tools.

I am planning to learn Appium TestNG framework, is it worth to learn ?

I have a Project Test Report template but it seems to formal.  I'm looking for ideas for an End of Sprint Test Report, that only reports Manual Regression Testing results.  I need a report that helps me keep track of user stories not ready for regression in one sprint but will be in the next few sprints.

I'm using VSTS Test Hub, so I have access to charts and queries from tests I've run.

Going forward, I would like to report on Automative (and Manual) Regression Test Results.

Appreciate your expertise.  Thanks.

 

 

Any recommendations?

I've trialled:

  1. Xray
  2. Kanoah
  3. QTest Manager -  this is very similar to HP ALM
  4. JIRA - create a new issue type in it
  5. Hip Test
  6. qTest Scenario
  7. Qmetric
  8. Test Collab
  9. Test Rail
  10. Test Link

My organisation currently uses HP ALM.

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