Whether you’re a seasoned software professional or a fresher in the field, one skill that aids your career progress and fuels efficient team dynamics is writing precise and effective bug reports. A clear, concise bug report can help the team acknowledge issues promptly and work swiftly towards finding solutions.
Code refactoring is the process of restructuring existing code without changing its behavior. Its goal is to improve the design, structure or implementation of the software, while keeping its functionality. This article discusses how refactoring is integrated in software quality assurance (QA).
Chaos testing, also known as chaos engineering, is a proactive methodology used to test the resilience and reliability of complex distributed systems. This article provides an in-depth overview of chaos testing, highlighting its benefits, key principles, techniques, the proposed chaos testing framework, and popular tools available in the market.
Code quality is an abstract concept that fails to get traction at the business level. Consequently, software companies keep trading code quality for new features. The resulting technical debt is estimated to waste up to 42% of developers’ time, causing stress and uncertainty, as well as making our job less enjoyable than it should be. Without clear and quantifiable benefits, it’s hard to build a business case for code quality.
Digital transformation in the healthcare sector has accelerated in recent years, driven by the global pandemic and increased virtual connectivity. As healthcare organizations aim to harness the value of modern technologies such as virtual care, data analytics, and artificial intelligence, they also confront the critical necessity of robust software testing strategies.
This talk discusses what it looks like to have a constantly evolving test process within a company, how different teams can use the context they are working in to shape their own processes, and how to have multiple teams within a development organization working with different processes and workflows effectively.
Performing the software testing activities requires different skills and in larger organizations, members of a software quality assurance (QA) teams will be specialists in certain domains. This article discusses the different roles of members of a software QA team.