Posted In — Testing Concepts, Types of testing
Software Products need their own unique approach to test adequately and correctly. Often times, teams treat them as any other software (i.e. internal applications built for a specific client or team; not accessible by the general public; non-revenue generating) and that is the starting point of trouble.
Software Product Testing needs a custom test style and strategy to add value. Software Product development and sustenance is in itself a complex ecosystem and to thrive testers need to adapt. Continue reading →
Posted In — Interviews, Software Testing Resume
Are you applying for jobs and not receiving a response from the recruiters?
Knowing what is going on is the first step to fixing what’s wrong and turning things in your favor. Job hunting is hard and tedious, but by using this simple troubleshooting guide, you can diagnose the reason for the silence that follows your applications and get right back on track.
With the New Year approaching, it might be just what you need to gain control and take advantage of the increased recruiting activity that usually happens in the first quarter of every year.
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Posted In — Database Testing, Software Testing Tools
It is a known fact that ETL testing is one of the crucial aspects of any Business Intelligence (BI) based application. In order to get the quality assurance and acceptance to go live in business, the BI application should be tested well beforehand.
The primary objective of ETL testing is to ensure that the Extract, Transform & Load functionality is working as per the business requirements and in sync with the performance standards. Continue reading →
Posted In — Testing Concepts, Testing Methodologies, Types of testing
For any software application, both Unit testing and Integration testing are very important as they each employ unique processes to test the software application. But one or both of them cannot replace Functional testing.
In this article, we will understand Unit, Integration, and Functional testing and clarify the differences between these forms/levels of testing.
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Posted In — Career in Software Testing, How to be a good tester, Testing Tips and resources
I have unlocked a pattern from my experience of hiring around hundred testers over a period of time and interviewing some thousand others.
From all the discussions I had with fellow testers during interviews, I felt happy numerous times seeing the quality talent which we have in our community of testers.
But let me also share the other side of the story, the patterns I am talking about. It makes me sad. Continue reading →