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Read 14 of the latest blog posts from TEST Huddle which explore successful test strategies, how to work in diverse teams, the psychology of asking questions and LOADS more. Enjoy :-)
How can we create better requirements based on feedback from testing. How do we know if our users will benefit from our new product features (or not)? What user problems are we actually solving (and why)?
The IT landscape is constantly evolving with frequent changes in OS, browsers, firmware and drivers. Infrastructure /Data centers becoming huge and continue to expand multifold hence exposing them to a variety of risks. These changes have a cascading effect on the applications running on top.
Off-shoring and globally distributed teams have become a fact of life for many of us working on Agile software development projects. However, many in our industry feel that Agile and offshoring go together like orange juice and toothpaste.
This is the second post of the ‘What Starting a Business has Taught Me About Testing’ and continues where part one left off, exploring what QA can learn from Marketing and Sales.
Learn when to say “It’s good enough”
Read some tips and tricks on how you can build an awesome team with only 10 strategies.
In this first part of a two part blog Gordon Baisley introduces himself and his company Quast. He then moves on share the first of three example of what starting the business has taught him about testing.
Is university education always the best education for testers?
One of the biggest hurdles facing your new joiners, and one that’s hard to avoid, is learning about the product they’ll be working on. This doesn’t just mean getting to grips with how it works, but also how it fits in to a customer’s workplace.
I’ve found many parallels between science and testing, but to me it feels like there is currently a lack of testing innovation, and testing as a profession is not evolving as fast as I would like it to.
Is working with a diverse team a good thing or bad thing? Find out how this tester got on.
What questions should we be asking of ourselves, peers and colleagues, and how?
This is the first post in our new How To…Series. Each month on the first Tuesday of the month, we will post a new blog post to take you through a step-by-step guide on how to address a particular aspect of testing.
Working from home might be a dream or a nightmare depending on whom you ask. Many companies offer you a mix of being remote and attending the office, but not everyone can do it.