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Shift right Testing the Unexpected: A Shift Right in DevOps Testing

When it comes to testing in DevOps, more than simple regression checking can be automated. By shifting right in the lifecycle and testing in production, you can analyze the undefined, unknown, and unexpected by relying on real traffic and unpredictable test input. With shorter implementation and release cycles, testing and production come closer together.

Stefan Friese's picture Stefan Friese
Test estimation Why Is Estimating Software Testing Time So Difficult?

Management loves to ask testers to estimate how long their efforts will take. But so many important aspects elude measurement that testing time is difficult to predict. Here are some of the major factors that significantly influence our ability to estimate testing time well, along with some advice on how you can tighten up your efforts.

Lee Copeland's picture Lee Copeland
Setting Priorities Differentiates the Great Testers from the Rest

When it comes to being a successful software tester, there is one important trait that makes all the difference: understanding what needs to be done now and what can be delayed. The ability to prioritize becomes an important attribute for success at a people level, at a process level, at an activity level, and at a communication level.

Mukesh Sharma's picture Mukesh Sharma
Test Data Management for Testing Global Products

If you’re testing a product to be released to an international marketplace and you merely translated the text, then you’re only half done. An effective translation testing strategy should be coupled with globalization testing to test actual functionality of an application designed to support multiple languages. Here are some ways you can use test data for that crucial next step.

Praveena Ramakrishnan's picture Praveena Ramakrishnan

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