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Getting Started with FitNesse – a Collaboration Tool for Testers and Developers

Now the world is moving to Agile. Early and continuous feedback is imperial for any scrum team. Because the world is changing, the mindset of testers also needs to be changed.

Instead of “finding bugs, breaking software, measuring requirement”, testers are now thinking of “delivering the quality, right at first time, test without the UI or test even before the UI is available”. Continue reading →

Case Study: How to Eliminate Flaws of Waterfall and Agile Development Processes Using a Hybrid Model

Agile Waterfall Hybrid Model

The Waterfall Model has been the ideal choice for software development. In this model, an idea becomes usable software in a sequential process that cascades through the stages of Initiation, Analysis, Implementation, Testing and Maintenance.


But the Waterfall model has some disadvantages.

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4 Steps Towards Developing the Agile Testing Mindset for Successful Transition to Agile Process

Making the switch to Agile requires laying the groundwork around education, documentation and metrics.

Agile development and testing is not a methodology – it’s a mindset. According to a VersionOne survey, 88 percent of businesses are practicing agile development, but many are struggling with the transformation, with failures generally attributed to “culture and resistance to change.”

If you fail to transition testers to the correct mindset before trying to tackle the process changes, then you’re setting your team up for failure.

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Getting Started with Agile Scrum Methodology: The Complete Guide for Software Developers and Testers


This is the guide for software developers and testers to understand and start working on the very famous Agile SCRUM methodology for software development and testing. Learn the basic but important terminologies used in Agile Scrum process along with a real example of the complete process.

SCRUM is a process in agile methodology which is a combination of Iterative model and incremental model.

One of the major handicaps of the traditional water-fall model was Continue reading →

qTest eXplorer Review: The Ultimate Tool For The Agile Tester!

If you’re in the market for a test management platform that can cope with the demands of agile testing and keep pace with the rapid cycles of agile development, then QASymphony’s latest release is going to interest you. The company recently unveiled a new combination of its test management solution, qTest, and its exploratory testing tool, qTest eXplorer.

The consolidated testing platform is intended to be a one-stop-shop for testers. It encompasses the full lifecycle from requirements and test case design, through test execution and defect tracking, to real-time reports on status and quality-metrics.

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“DevOps” an Extension of Agile Methodology – How It will Impact QA?

DevOps and Software Testing:

A recent RightScale survey has found that 54% of companies have adopted DevOps and the interest around DevOps is increasing rapidly. In this article we will learn how this new software development methodology will impact QA and how the QA function as a whole should evolve to embrace this change.

What is DevOps?

DevOps – a combination of Development & Operations – is a software development methodology which looks to integrate all the software development functions from development to operations within the same cycle.

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