Software quality assurance is more dependent on test data than we all would like. You can’t escape it anymore: you need to do something with test data management. Why? Because without proper test data management you lose valuable time that is already scarce.
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Many manual testers have a wrong idea about the basics of test automation, as a result, they draw false conclusions. In the following article, we will take a look at the top 5 questions about what test automation is and why switching to it is a must-have!
If test automation is a key practice of modern software testing, it will be a big mistake to automate 100% of your test cases. This article provides some tips on how to select the test cases that can be automated if you want to achieve the maximum benefits of your software testing efforts.
Software bugs are among the things that every business would like to avoid at all times. QA professionals, software testers, designers, developers, and coders try as much as they can to ensure that their software applications meet all set requirements without any issues.
PractiTest has released its ninth annual State of Testing® report. This year’s report shows changes in the way software developers think about testing, highlights a shift in the way testers perceive their role, and includes a new section on the impact Agile and DevOps play on testing.
Effective monitoring makes a difference to businesses of all sizes, but is especially valuable to startups, where squeezing the most out of your software resources is vital if you want to compete successfully and grow swiftly.
Every business needs to be on the lookout for cyber attacks. The unfortunate reality is that there are many hackers out there looking for vulnerable targets. If you want to find vulnerabilities in your system before a hacker does, then it is time to learn about penetration testing.