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When To Opt For Automation Testing?

Should we consider automation testing for a project? When should we go for Automation Testing?

Testing is carried out to provide good quality deliverables to the end user. Testing Phase is one of the main aspects of STLC.

Any company focuses more on software testing as its quality brings in optimal customer satisfaction, but many of them still struggle in choosing which kind of testing to carry out, either with automated testing or manual testing.  Continue reading →

13 Things to Consider When Evaluating Software Testing Companies for Outsourcing

If you are looking for a Software Testing QA service provider to outsource any of your manual or automation testing work then this guide will help you to evaluate and select the best provider.

Also, check our list of top testing service provider companies below.


Almost every software development project includes software testing. Many companies outsource the software testing work. Outsourcing simply means going for work contract or abroad to another company. The trend of outsourcing testing services is very popular in the IT world.  Continue reading →

Test Data Generation with GEDIS Studio Online Tool (Part-2)

Test Data Generation – Demo Using a Free Online GEDIS Studio Tool (Part -2):

Read part-1 of this test data management tutorials series here.

According to CA Technologies, recent research indicates that 30%- 40% of the defects in software testing are related to the issues of the test data. It is one of many reasons that encourages QA industry to use Test Data Generation (TDM) tools.

TDM tools offer the open-handed facility of having system generated, reliable and secure copies of your dataset only in minutes.  Continue reading →

Test Data Management: What is Test Data and How to Design It

A Comprehensive Test Data Design and Management Guide (Part -I):

At current epic of Information and Technology revolutionary growth, the testers commonly experience extensive consumption of test data in software testing life cycle.

The testers don’t only collect/maintain data from the existing sources, but also they generate huge volumes of test data to ensure their quality booming contribution in the delivery of the product for real world use.  Continue reading →

How Should Testers Handle Boredom?

I was asked this question in an interview recently- “What would you do when work gets monotonous and boring?”

Here is what I said, “Fortunately that has never happened to me and I love being a QA. When things get repetitive, I like to ‘mix things up’. I would document if execution bored me, I would execute if documentation got tedious, I would explore when everything else seemed bleak.

Also, targets and deadlines keep me motivated and a simple ‘do what needs to be done’ attitude is what keeps me going.”  Continue reading →