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embrace Three Ways to Help Developers Embrace Testing

Development teams that shift testing left discover bugs earlier, enhance developer productivity, and increase release velocity by avoiding the long and costly delays that occur when bugs are discovered at the end of the development cycle. Shifting left creates faster feedback loops and allows for faster bug remediation. 

Alissa Lydon's picture Alissa Lydon
Man Learning Java for QA Automation Engineers: How to Learn?

If you are a manual tester and want to be a QA automation engineer, learn Java and programming via these 10 steps.

John  Selawsky's picture John Selawsky
Focus on Quality Let’s Focus More on Quality and Less on Testing

In order to understand a tester's value, we need to look at the role and understand the impact of the changing development process on this role.

Joel Montvelisky's picture Joel Montvelisky
As Test Automation Matures, So Do False Positives

In life and in test automation, a lot of things change as you mature—the challenges you face, the types of failures you experience, and the best ways to solve them. Let’s skip the “life lessons” and focus on the test automation angle here

Wolfgang Platz's picture Wolfgang Platz

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