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Software professional exploring test cases using design thinking Using Design Thinking to Create Better Test Cases

Design thinking is a user-centric framework to solve a business challenge by delivering the best user experience. Using design thinking, you can better frame the business drivers, select the right persona to focus on, design your user journey, identify test scenarios, pinpoint user pains, and write better test cases.

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IVOW illustration of AI testers Building Culturally Inclusive AI Models

For us to build the most effective technology, we need to learn from our past and build our future with more comprehensive data sets with cultural intelligence. This means AI that recognizes your story, chatbots that speak to you more authentically, and smart assistants that have inclusive data about your ancestry.

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Stacy Kirk DevOps Transformations for QA Teams: A Slack Takeover with Stacy Kirk

Thought leaders from the software community are taking over the TechWell Hub to answer questions and engage in conversations. QA architect an agile coach Stacy Kirk, founder of QualityWorks Consulting Group LLC and nodeqa.io, hosted this Slack takeover and discussed improving teams by implementing DevOps practices.

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Woman being interviewed for a job as a software tester Transitioning to Testing: The Qualities We Should Be Looking For

Testing is an accessible career choice for people who don't come from the typical paths into a tech job. Previous jobs and formal education should matter less than the abilities to observe, identify risks, and report that information. How can we change our interview processes to highlight these skills and mindset?

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Virtual machine Explaining Hardware Virtualization and Containerization

Virtualization is the abstraction of a computer resource—such as hardware, memory, storage, an operating system, a desktop machine, or a network—built on top of the physical resource. There are many types of virtualization, and here, we look at virtualization of hardware and of an operating system, or containerization.

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Signposts saying "Myth" and "Fact" Debunking 4 Myths of DevSecOps Adoption

DevSecOps means more secure applications through greater collaboration. However, many organizations hold preconceived notions and misconceptions about what DevSecOps is and why their organizations will face challenges in adopting it. Here are four common myths about DevSecOps transformation, along with the truth.

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Steve Smith Building Maintainable Software: A Slack Takeover with Steve Smith

Thought leaders from the software community are taking over the TechWell Hub to answer questions and engage in conversations. Software architect and trainer Steve Smith, founder of Ardalis Services, hosted this Slack takeover and discussed producing testable code, writing maintainable tests, and boosting employability.

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Green "recycle" key on a computer keyboard 5 Tips to Turn Recorded JMeter Scripts into Reusable Tests

Using a tool like JMeter to execute load and performance tests while code is being developed is an inexpensive way to find issues early. But the recorded steps will need some work before they can be useful load and performance tests. Here are five suggestions to turn your recorded scripts into quality reusable tests.

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