Quality assurance has been perceived as a cost center and often infamously titled as the biggest bottleneck for digital transformation. With automation testing being an enterprise-wide phenomenon and the number one priority for technology leaders, there is a potential for testing to get the C-level of attention it deserves.
It might be challenging to manage a testing team of individuals with varying backgrounds, abilities, and perspectives. Modern leaders should encourage, mentor, coach, and support their direct reports as they develop their testing skills.
Who Is Testing? What Tools Will Help Them? A Report on Research in Progress: Isabel Evans [Testμ 2022]
After more than 30 years of being a testing practitioner, working on software industry projects, and quality, Isabel Evans is a part-time postgraduate student at the University of Malta. Her research focuses on human factors in test automation.
As our regression pack grows, there has always been a case for shortening the testing cycle. To test the software application’s code effectively, it’s crucial to identify the tests that only affect the system due to specific build changes.
After two successful sprints, we were back on Day 3 of the Testμ 2022 conference. The event started well with a great keynote speech by Maneesh Sharma.
We were eager to listen to Manoj Kumar, VP Developer Relations, LambdaTest, speak on the importance of Selenium 4.0 and how bright the future is. This was the agenda of the speech:
The Day 2 of the Testμ Conference started with a special keynote from Maaret Pyhäjärvi, Principal Test Engineer, Vaisala, with our host, Manoj Kumar, VP Developer Relations, LambdaTest.
Testing a product is a learning process – Brian Marick The world of testers never sees the sunset. It’s a continuous churn of learning and innovation which acts as fodder to produce the best products in the market.