How To Automate Repetitive QA Tasks Using Excel Macros [Examples]

QAs Macro Mindset

This In-depth Guide About QA’s Macro Mindset Explains How To Automate Repetitive QA Tasks Using Excel Macros with Examples And Screenshots of Excel Sheets:

The need for automation in today’s world is one of the essential and growing demands. Today everyone is seeking something that eases his/her work or the hassles involved in the routine work.

Nowadays, nobody wants to visit a mobile store, stand in queues to recharge their phone, it is convenient to not physically visit anywhere but to recharge the phone online within a fraction of a second.

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What is Early Testing: Test Early, Test Often BUT How? (A Practical Guide)

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What is Early Testing?

Software testing should start early in the Software Development Life Cycle. This helps to capture and eliminate defects in the early stages of SDLC i.e requirement gathering and design phases. An early start to testing helps to reduce the number of defects and ultimately the rework cost in the end.

The various aspects of Early Testing which would help the QA Managers and Leads while developing or devising the Testing Strategy document in SDLC are explained here.

Adoption of Early Test will immensely result in the successful delivery of a Quality Product.

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Cognitive Bias in Software Testing: Why Do Testers Miss Bugs?

Cognitive Bias in Software Testing

Cognitive Bias in Software Testing: Have You been Influenced?

The testing world is moving at a very quicker pace with technological advancements in order to ensure “quality at the speed of light”.

“Continuous Integration, Digital transformation, life-cycle automation, shifting quality to the left to minimize costs” etc are some of the magical words that are swinging around. While we speak about these, the underlying question –“Why and how the defect was missed” still continues to be heard and remains unanswered as well. 

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Code Refactoring: What You Need to Know About It

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Understanding Code Refactoring: A Tester’s Perspective

The term ‘Refactoring’ is mainly used to indicate required code cleanup/redesign.

In this tutorial, we will understand the definition of refactoring, discuss the need for code refactoring, and review the impact of refactoring code on various project team members. We will also discuss the answer for the most important question – As a tester, why do you need to know about refactoring? 

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JSON Tutorial: Introduction and A Complete Guide for Beginners

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Introduction to JSON: A Complete JSON Tutorial series for beginners

JavaScript Object Notion which is commonly known as JSON is one of the most popular data transition formats. It is a text-based and lightweight format for data transactions. JSON format was first computed by Douglas Crockford.

This being a text-based format is easier to read or write by the user and at the same time, its lightweight property makes it a stress-free alternative for machines to deconstruct or generate. It is basically a subset of the JavaScript but JSON, as a text format is totally independent of any of the programming languages used as almost all the languages, can easily analyze the text.

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How to Use Tours to Ensure Complete and Thorough Exploratory Testing

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Exploratory Testing Tours: How to Ensure a High-Quality Software Product using Exploratory Test Tours

Exploratory testing is not a testing methodology. Rather it is an approach to quality verification.

The procedure of exploratory testing execution resembles the discovery and investigation of any software product.

During exploratory testing, a QA specialist examines a product, designs tests, executes test cases, and analyzes the test results simultaneously. 

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