Testing and QA

Leadership In Architecture – 3cs To Remember

By Nitin Unni

One basic but important customer expectation is that their software product should be of very good quality

Continuous Testing: How to Measure & Improve Code Quality

By Nitin Unni

One basic but important customer expectation is that their software product should be of very good quality

Which Software Metrics to Choose, and Why?

By Shrikant Vashishtha

Sometimes people just look for an available or known set of metrics and then add more as and when they discover anything new. But does it really make sense to try and apply those known metrics to any scenario?

If You Build Products, You Should Be Using Digital Twins

By Yana Arnautova

Digital twin technology is one of the fastest growing concepts of Industry 4.0. In the simplest terms, a digital twin is a virtual replica of a real-world object that is run in a simulation environment to test its performance and efficacy

Developing a Cloud-Based Point-of-Care System: QA Lessons Learned

By Jag Parvesh Chauhan

Learn how to overcome engagement challenges and improve QA in this real-world case study featuring a cloud-based technology solution.

Shift-Deep Analytics: Insights from the Testing We Do

By Nitin Unni

This paper explains the Shift-Deep approach and the various toolsets, algorithms, and mechanisms required to execute it. We also look into a few use cases and examples where this has been done successfully.

A Kickstarter for the Test-driven Development Python Django Approach

By Bhushan Ugale

In their simplest form, test cases are the set of conditions under which a tester determines whether the software satisfies requirements and functions properly. In layman’s terms, these are predefined conditions to check that the output is correct.

Develop Restful API with Go and Gin

By Akanksha Sharma

Go is a powerful and easy to learn language that any programmer can adapt without difficulty. It’s as simple as its name, Go or Golang.

Testing in Production: A New Paradigm for Shift-Right

By Rashmi Gaidhane

Testing in production (TiP) lets a software development (Dev) and IT operations (Ops) team prepare for possible bugs. It’s also helpful in analyzing the user’s experience.

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Rahul Vyas

Rahul Vyas

Consultant, Engineering

Rohan Negi

Rohan Negi

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Gaurav Maheshwari

Gaurav Maheshwari

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Dinki Chitkara

Dinki Chitkara

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Ramneek Sahib

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