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quality Are You Testing The Quality Into Your Software?

The test team shouldn’t have the onus to improve the software quality, rather the quality should already be built into the software.   A few subtle indicators can reveal if the quality isn’t being built into the software.

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Richard Estra
Review A Culture of Criticism in Software Companies

Author Qaiser Munir outlines his experience with the culture of blame in software development toward those considered to be responsible for "quality".

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Qaiser Munir
Haystack Reaping the True Value of Exploratory Testing

Exploratory testing best practices should be accommodated for and communicated upfront, with early stakeholder buy in in order to ensure you get the most from your efforts.

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Rajini Padmanaban
Balancing Testing and Delivery Times in Software Development

So how can developers and their teams optimize testing procedures with the modern tools and tech available to them? Here, we will explore optimizing testing through experimentation to meet delivery deadlines and adapt to challenges in software development.

 

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Beau Peters
Test, Test, Test

Test, test, test. This is a phrase that has caught everyone’s attention this year as we grapple to mitigate COVID-19. The WHO states that testing is the only way out, as we cannot fight the pandemic blindfolded.

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Mukesh Sharma
A Physical Metaphor for Quick Fixes and Root Cause Analysis

If you deal with legacy code you’ve likely found yourself struggling to debug and fix a mysterious, intermittent problem. Along the way you may have discovered some code that didn’t quite make sense.

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Steve Berczuk
Technical due diligence 3 Critical Considerations for Technical Due Diligence

Technical due diligence is the process of verifying a company’s technical capabilities, quality, and processes. It is typically performed by investors or buyers before a contract. There are many aspects you can investigate, but three are crucial: a code review, security evaluation, and open source components compliance.

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Gilad David Maayan
Computer screen showing emergency alert about the coronavirus Lessons the Software Community Must Take from the Pandemic

Due to COVID-19, organizations of all types have had to implement continuity plans within an unreasonably short amount of time. These live experiments in agility have shaken up our industry, but it's also taught us a lot of invaluable lessons about digital transformation, cybersecurity, performance engineering, and more.

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Mukesh Sharma