Posted In — Automation Testing, Bug Defect tracking, Software Testing Tools
For each and every project, as per the Client’s requirement and ease, various tools are recommended and used.
For example, few projects prefer ‘Quality Center’ for managing the project’s data whereas few others prefer Rational ClearQuest tool.
Rational ClearQuest is a defect management and workflow automation software from IBM Rational software division. Continue reading →
Posted In — How to be a good tester, QA team skills, Tester vs Developer
We use multiple applications on a daily basis. The internet is a part of our life.
Behind every application, whether shopping, learning, ticket booking etc there are multiple people whose contribution has made our life so comfortable through these applications.
Among these multiple technical people are “Testers” and “Developers”.
In this article, we will see the different perspectives of Testers and Developers and their relationship to make a successful application together. Continue reading →
Posted In — Automation Testing, Software Testing Tools
Introduction to Microsoft UIAutomation:
UIAutomation is an open source project PowerShell extension for GUI automation tests. It supports Win32, Windows Form, WPF, and so on.
In this article, we’ll focus on how PowerShell uses the module to implement UI automation. To explain this we will use Windows Form application as an example. Continue reading →
Posted In — Agile Testing
Agile – has become the trend of IT. Most of the projects are AGILE nowadays and the role of a tester is very significant.
Even before we touch on Agile Testing let us understand the concept of ‘AGILE’.
Agile is a methodology that evolved from our Iterative or Incremental methodology of development – Almost 2+ decades of Agile Manifesto. Over these decades, Agile has a very comfortable place in the hearts of Developers, PM’s and Customers. Continue reading →
Posted In — Security testing, Web Testing
Penetration testing aka Pen Test is the most commonly used security testing technique for web applications.
Web Application Penetration Testing is done by simulating unauthorized attacks internally or externally to get access to sensitive data.
A web penetration helps end user find out the possibility for a hacker to access the data from the internet, find about the security of their email servers and also get to know how secure the web hosting site and server are.
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Posted In — Basics of Software testing, Test strategy, Testing Skill Improvement, Testing Tips and resources
Part way through your test cycle, do you often realize you do not have enough time to test? You had it all under control, to begin with, but soon you are reaching the contingency plan’s “What to do when there isn’t enough time to test?” section.
I have been there too and it is not fun. :)
I thought about this long and hard. How can something that started so well, go down so badly, so quickly. And, here is my analysis. Continue reading →