The “State of Testing, 2020” report compiled by Tea Time with Testers shows an interesting trend: More organizations are looking to people who understand the business needs and functions to test...
Author: Guest Contributor
High-quality projects need to deliberately practice failing tests, to help ensure successful tests are truly meaningful. Four examples help show how this idea embodies basic principles of Test-Driven...
One of the most highly debated topics in software testing is the decision between open source and vendor-based solutions for test automation.
What is a bug bash? It's when you crowd-source software testing to gather a variety of perspectives about an application. Learn how in this article.
As companies incorporate AI into their business systems, it's crucial for software testers to consider how this technology changes the way users interact with these systems.
Hiring skilled resources is time consuming and expensive. This being the case, how do you find that "ideal" software tester?
Conventional wisdom says that work in 2020 is the same as in 2019, but prefixed by “WFH” (working from home). This is wrong, in several regards.
Is there a point to the Make program in 2020? Maybe; here's what this old-timer can do for you and your DevOps processes.