automated installations and functional tests

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Automated software testing plays an important role in ensuring quality at every stage of development. […] Automated software testing can […]

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How to Use Mind Maps to Test Software

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Mind mapping dates back to Aristotle, but the concept is still relevant today. Mind maps provide a highly visual […]

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Throwback Thursday – Data Governance in Software Testing – Writing Up

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Data and information governance is extremely important today, perhaps even more so than it was in 2008 when Freeform Dynamics […]

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How Software Testing Certifications Can Boost Your Career

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As software testing continues to shift from manual exploration to more automated processes, testers need to think about how […]

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The National Software Testing Conference 2021

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National Software Testing Conference, 21-22 September, London, 2021 After a difficult and isolated year, National Software Testing Conference is ready […]

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The rise of IoT testing

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In a world always in search of the next technological advances, the Internet of Things (IoT) is gradually becoming the […]

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Why Your Software Testing Could Use Some Creativity

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What’s in a name? Well, in the case of Art + Logic, our name conveys the idea that software development […]

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How automation is redefining software testing

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Software testing, a vital step in the software development lifecycle, can be a complex process. As applications become more complex […]

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Software testing is tedious. AI can help.

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Today every business is a software business. As companies try to rush to build new software, push updates, and test […]

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Automated Embedded Software Testing is a Necessity

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I think there is a typical development strategy that a lot of developers use to debug and test their embedded […]

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10 Effective Points for a Better Software Testing Process – Latest Digital Transformation Trends | Cloud News

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Despite what most of us might assume, software testing is not just about performing a series of tests and evaluations, […]

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How AI and Machine Learning Will Shape Software Testing

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In this special guest article, Erik Fogg, COO at ProdPerfect, covers some of the key benefits of adding AI to […]

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The importance of quality assurance in software testing

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Quality Assurance (QA) is an essential part of any software development team. This helps the test team save time and […]

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The Future of Software Testing: Machine Learning to the Rescue

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The past decade has seen a relentless push to deliver software faster. Automated tests has established itself as one of […]

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Fintech and the challenge of software testing

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Software testing is regularly compromised, that is, it tries to cover as much codebase as possible given time and resource […]

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Machine learning is changing the future of software testing

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The majority of software development teams think they don’t test well. They understand that the effect of quality defects is […]

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Why is software testing considered hard work?

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Usually, testers are responsible for identifying all the mess that developers create in a system. No matter how experienced the […]

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Why do we need both cybersecurity and cyber resilience?

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This month of October celebrates Cybersecurity Awareness Month and it seems like the best time to talk about cybersecurity. Indeed, […]

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The importance of security validation

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The software industry has reached enormous heights and, even more impressive, has been the evolution of the cyber world, which […]

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The Future of Bug Tracking Tools in Software Testing

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By Ray Parker Application development is not an easy task and, in particular, managing software releases according to customer expectations […]

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Can you divide the time spent testing software by ten? Maybe you can

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Test the software, debug the software, test the software, debug the software … repeat as often as needed, until the […]

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5 Key Software Testing Steps Every Engineer Should Perform

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In recent years, the term “left shift test” has entered the common parlance of software engineering. But what does that […]

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Software testing and cybersecurity: the forgotten defense

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Cyberattacks can take many forms, from compromising personal information to taking control of computers. Businesses large and small have been […]

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What happens when acceptance criteria in software testing are missing?

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Acceptance criteria in software testing are so important – what happens when they are not there or are incomplete? QA […]

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How to Use the Bugzilla Bug Tracker in Software Testing Projects

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Updated and maintained by the Mozilla Foundation, Bugzilla is an open source bug tracking tool that allows development and testing […]

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How to Use the Bugzilla Bug Tracker in Software Testing Projects

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Updated and maintained by the Mozilla Foundation, Bugzilla is an open source bug tracking tool that allows development and testing […]

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Requiem for a Bug – Software Verification: Testing and Static Analysis

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This article is part of the embedded software series: Forced Coding Using Ada Contracts Download this article in .PDF format […]

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