Testing and QA

The Scrum Guide is Dead — Long Live the Scrum Guide!

The Scrum Guide is Dead — Long Live the Scrum Guide!

By Roman Shcherbak

The latest version of the pivotal Scrum Guide has ushered in some interesting changes, including a significant simplification of language for a wider audience.

Tracking and Resolving Software Regressions

Tracking and Resolving Software Regressions

By Dr. Jim Walsh

A “regression” is something that used to work that no longer does — and it's a serious problem in many software projects.

If You Build Products, You Should Be Using Digital Twins

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

Best Practices for Microservices QA Automation

Best Practices for Microservices QA Automation

By Rohit Sehgal

Learns how to build a dashboard to automate QA for all the disparate processes of a microservice architecture.

Identifying Parameters for Mobile Application Profiling

Identifying Parameters for Mobile Application Profiling

By Abhishek Gedam

Mobile apps often have many screens and features, so how do you know where to look when there’s a performance issue? Learn the fastest, most efficient way to profile your mobile app.

Which Software Metrics to Choose, and Why?

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?

Testing Pattern: Developers Write First Automated Functional Test

Testing Pattern: Developers Write First Automated Functional Test

By Shrikant Vashishtha

In automation testing, even though testers create the actual automation tests, developers help in laying the foundation to create those test cases

The Evolution of the Tester Role

The Evolution of the Tester Role

By Shrikant Vashishtha

Repeated software-development tasks are becoming automated through the application of Continuous Delivery and DevOps

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