The evolution of mobile has made it a revelatory digital touchpoint in the customer decision-making journey. For enterprises, this omnipresent device offers an ideal platform to reach a broad base of consumers and deliver services.
Organizations are facing an increasing competition from digital actors with a capability of continuous adaptation through software. Their competitive advantage is to master the entire steps of the software lifecycle to continuously deliver Quality at Speed software.
QA testers must continuously learn and build their testing skills. The testing process changes constantly with ongoing speed to release pressure. The problem remains that defects find their way into every release seemingly regardless of the amount of time spent testing with formal manual and automated test scripts.
Behind any competent and successful software, there is a story of empowered, talented, and hardworking people, who are working in an awesome culture.
How long have you been in testing? You might be deeply in love with what you do right now, but change is inevitable. One day you might get the opportunity to lead a team. You might have to take a step back and look at your role and the team from an aerial view.
LambdaTest asked me to write blogs for them. I liked the idea and accepted this kind request. I’ve been dealing with software testing since 1986. Originally, I was a researcher, and later I worked in the industry; thus, I’m knowledgeable about both the academic and the industrial side of software testing.
Software releases have become faster than ever before. They are adding new features, quicker response to defects, especially those found in production, and what not!
Automation testing, artificial intelligence in testing, machine learning … Technology advancements have always instilled a small fear among humans. On one side, it accelerates the work and makes things easier, but on the other side, there is a misconception that technology alone is enough to run the business.
Enterprises today look at a feature delivery schedule of 2-3 days or even on the same day, from wanting delivery within a year, a month, or a week. The advent of software automated testing and its use in conjunction with manual testing has enabled project managers to stick to the needed delivery time frame.