Helpful Tips When Implementing Test Automation Helpful Tips When Implementing Test Automation

Greg Paskal presents a list of helpful tips for when you are performing test automation. A smart plan for your automation endeavors will make a significant difference in its usefulness, adoption, and maintainability over the long haul.

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 Four Solutions Compared How to Test Your Website on Multiple Browsers: Four Solutions Compared

Robbie Bridgewater writes on the difficulty in finding bugs during testing since no single computer can run all of the major browsers—not to mention the added challenge of testing various mobile operating systems. In this article, Robbie compares four possible solutions to this dilemma.

Erle Bridgewater's picture Erle Bridgewater
Agile ALM for Delivering Customer Value: Getting Started

In this first part of a two-part series, Mario Moreira writes that a reasonable application lifecycle management (ALM) product will have a common user interface for utilizing the ALM functionality. It will also include a meta-model and process engine to parse and share information across and amongst the various functions within the ALM framework. These technical needs must be accompanied by a strong business case for delivering higher customer value and new approaches for seamless integration.

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What Is CM Architecture, Anyway?

In his CM: The Next Generation Series, Joe Farah writes that there are two sides to answering that question. One deals with your CM solution’s architecture, and the other, which may be closely related, deals with the architecture of your tools.

Joe Farah's picture Joe Farah
The Anatomy of a Bug Lifecycle and Some Tools to Improve It

From finding a bug to verifying a fix, software testing calls for the attention of many team members. Learn about some of the tools available to help you improve the efficiency and accuracy of your testing process.

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The Homegrown Tools Syndrome

Test management is a generic process, yet much effort goes into developing tools in house to do this work. Learn the reasons for this phenomenon and suggestions for avoiding it.

Michael Stahl's picture Michael Stahl
Arming Advertisers versus Users: Social Media Platforms at Odds`

Twitter and both made headlines recently by taking completely different approaches to reach the same goal: dominance in the world of social media.

Noel Wurst's picture Noel Wurst
Driving Efficiency and Effectiveness with Web Analytics and Risk-Based Testing Driving Efficiency and Effectiveness with Web Analytics and Risk-Based Testing

Web analytics can help you deduce, reduce, and prioritize your testing efforts. Learn how to gather and use qualitative and quantitative information about your users and the risks that can threaten your software's success.

Paul Fratellone's picture Paul Fratellone
Five Ways to Make Test Automation Fail Five Ways to Make Test Automation Fail

Test automation promises much, but it can deliver disastrous results if implemented poorly. Laura Salazar takes a look at five common practices that can cause automation projects to fail.

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Power of Post-its with Payson Hall

In this article, which originally appeared in the August 2006 issue of the Sticky ToolLook, Payson Hall talks about a helpful, inexpensive brainstorming and project management tool that most of us have close at hand: the sticky note.

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