What Is Positive and Negative Testing?

Finding bugs is the main goal for testers, which primarily involves verifying that the software correctly provides a solution to an end-user’s problem. However, no interface has been designed that can anticipate all the ways users can run amok operating the program. Thus, testers must also...

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Popular Java Testing Tools and Frameworks

There are a wide variety of testing tools and test frameworks for automating the testing of Java/J2EE applications and server components. Many are aimed at unit or functional testing, while others are utilized for specific types of Java components such as view, logic and validation...

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How to Test a Project with Bad Requirements

Testing software with poor requirements is clearly undesirable. It is often the sign of an immature software development process, especially with small start-ups. If it is an ongoing situation, it represents a serious risk to the organization’s viability. Testers, however, are in a position to...

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Performance Testing Fallacies

When testing software performance, there are several erroneous assumptions commonly made about when and how to go about it, what is to be measured, and how to make improvements based on the results of such testing. Performance, Load and Stress Testing Are Not Equivalent Thinking...

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5 Ways to Improve Mobile App Testing Quality and Efficiency

Mobile device application development faces significant challenges, which pass through to their testing. Though the obstacles appear daunting, there are ways to mitigate such complications, improve your team’s testing effectiveness and also raise app quality. Mobile App Challenges Mobile device fragmentation is rising. There are...

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Test Automation in Agile

Although both agile development and automated testing have more or less independently come into more widespread use with each passing year, it seems they were made for each other from the start. The advantages of both are derived from the same desire to increase software...

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Using Context Driven Testing

The premise behind context-driven testing is that software should be viewed first and foremost as providing solutions to real problems. In order to effectively test software, the problems it solves, the end-user needs and usage contexts must be taken into consideration when creating a test...

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Top Ten Software Development Outsourcing Trends for 2016

Originally, the primary motivation to outsource software development was to achieve lower labor costs, but continuing and emerging business and technology trends in 2016 are leading to new client requirements on outsourcers. When choosing an outsourcing partner, more and more businesses are looking for closer...

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What to Look for in an Outsourcing Partner

Bad experiences with outsourcing providers are often traceable to badly designed selection processes or the use of deficient selection criteria. Whereas, you can find ample guidance online on how to build a robust selection framework, we will share the most important vendor attributes for comparing...

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Tactical Outsourcing vs Strategic Outsourcing

The term outsourcing scares people for various reasons, but there is no reason that it should. Outsourcing is very effective for certain situations, especially when developing software solutions. For a company to grow its internal IT department, it must search for a qualified candidate and...

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