Posts filed under: Best Practices

Organizing Testers and Testing

There is an ongoing debate around organizing testers and testing. Our plan is to summarize it for you. The first half of this article will be about testing and the second about testers. Essentially, there are 3 different types of testing: Inside the project, within the development team. As an independent team providing services to...... Read More

STLC – Software Testing Life Cycle

STLC – Software Testing Life Cycle is a rigorous process that includes many different activities. Test execution (including checking of results) is only one of these activities. The test process also includes test planning, analyzing, designing, and implementing tests, reporting test progress and results, and evaluating the quality of a test object. Next, we’ll show you a summary...... Read More

File Searching in the Terminal

Finding the right information on time can be a challenge when working with large files in the terminal. Especially log files, which contain lots of details about the activity of a system.  Luckily, there are also lots of file searching tools for cutting through unnecessary info and getting only the data that interests you.  We’ll...... Read More

QA Cheatsheet

Our QA cheatsheet is a must-read before trying out a new feature.  Before we start, validate that the newly added feature integrates well with the existing system.  Most times, developers don’t know the entire product as well as a QA (who investigated it thoroughly). There will be a lot of edge case bugs if you do some...... Read More

QA Morning Routine

To be successful, a QA engineer has no choice but to be a well-organized person. Everything must be structured clearly so their QA work can be as efficient as humanly possible. From our experience, some habits have proven to be essential in giving the best results possible. We’ve compiled a quick To-Do list every QA...... Read More