Van dale gaat elk jaar op zoek naar het woord van het jaar. Voor ons mag dat gerust “flexibiliteit” zijn. Ook al gaat het niet over een “nieuw” woord, toch omschrijft het 2020 in al zijn facetten. Met dit als inspiratie doopten we onze nieuwe solution “Flex testing”, hier lees je er alles over.
A software tester needs to find bugs simple as that. Sounds easy, is not! This blogpost gives you a shortlist of must-have software tester skills.
An initial investment is necessary to guarantee a cost-efficient and effective way of software testing. The million-dollar question emerges: when does an organisation need to make this investment and where to start?
How do we recognize a good test management tool and are there really that many differences?
So today, I’ll talk about us ladies, who are still – sadly enough – underrepresented in the technology industry. I’ll be frank, with this blog I hope to seduce them to work in the technology sector, and more specifically lure them towards a career in Software Testing using some typical clichés about women. Note: I tried my very best not to judge the clichés themselves, even though I totally disagree with most of them of course.
Things are evolving fast. And this had and will continue to have a tremendous impact on software testing. We are wondering what this could look like in the year 2030. So, we thought it would be interesting to give a short recap of the last 10 years and fast forward to 2030 and look back from there!
Get to know what SAP testing is, which skills you need and how this form of testing differs from software application testing.
Our 2-day course will give you a general introduction on software testing and is the perfect preparation for the new ISTQB® Foundation Level 2018-version exam. (pass rate of 95%)
Like it or not, all software has bugs. But we become less and less tolerant of them, since there are more than enough competitors out there willing to “help” the annoyed user with their new software or app.