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April 14th, 2014 — Software Testing Tools, Testing Tips and resources
Archimedes remarked: “Give me a lever and a place to stand and I will move the earth”- Such is the power of tools. When the right lever comes along, no planet is big enough that it can’t be lifted like a ball of cotton.
Sure, we know a lot about tools. At STH we have researched and put together elaborate list of Bug tracking, test management, pen testing, and the other specialized automation tools. We agree and understand the importance of them. However, this article is not going to be about that.
January 9th, 2014 — Automation Testing, LoadRunner Tutorials, Software Testing Tools
This is the 2nd tutorial in our Performance testing with LoadRunner training series. With this, we are learning the exact performance test process so that we can easily get hold of the Load Testing with HP LoadRunner tutorials.
Check out the first tutorials in this series here: Performance Testing Introduction.
Performance Testing Goals:
It is conducted to accomplish the following goals:
January 6th, 2014 — Automation Testing, Software Testing Tools, Types of testing
Today, we are starting ‘Performance testing with LoadRunner’ tutorial series. This is the first tutorial in three-part HP LoadRunner training series.
In first two tutorials we will introduce you to performance testing and in last tutorial we will share ‘Load Testing with LoadRunner video tutorials‘.
See Also => List of all LoadRunner Video Tutorials.
Why Performance testing?
Performance testing has proved itself to be crucial for the success of a business. Not only does a poor performing site face financial Continue reading →
December 18th, 2013 — Software Testing Tools, Test Management Tools
Test Management encompasses anything and everything that we do as testers. Our day-to-day activities include:
- Creating and maintaining release/project cycle/component information
- Creating and maintaining the test artifacts specific to each release/cycle that we have- requirements, test cases, etc.
- Establishing traceability and coverage between the test assets
- Test execution support – test suite creation, test execution status capture, etc.
- Metric collection/report-graph generation for analysis
- Bug tracking/defect management
The above are broadly some of the tasks that involve what we call, the test management process. This process is critical, detail- Continue reading →
November 24th, 2013 — Bug Defect tracking, Software Testing Tools
We are testers – in other words bug finders. Defect/Bug/Issue/Fault/Failure/Incident – whatever we choose to call – our primary job description revolves around finding, recording, reporting, managing and tracking these.
While there is no harm in using an excel sheet to record/track and emails to report/alert/communicate – as the magnitude of the projects, the number of test cycles, the count of the people involved grows – it becomes absolutely important that we need a much stronger mechanism that will make the management of these issues simpler and consistent so we can Continue reading →
November 20th, 2013 — Security testing, Software Testing Tools
Wouldn’t it be fun if a company hired you to hack its website/ network/ Server? Well, Yeah!!!
Penetration testing, commonly called as pen-testing is a on a roll in the testing circle these days. The reason is not hard to guess – with the change in the way computer systems are used and built, security takes the center stage. Even though companies realize they can’t make every system 100% secure, they are extremely interested to know exactly what kind of security issues they are dealing with. That’s where Pen-testing comes handy with its use of ethical hacking techniques.
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