A closer look at how testing tools, Cypress & Postman, enable the developer-tester collaboration and help in delivering a quality product.
Today's growing demand to deliver quality software faster requires organizations to search for solutions in Agile, Continuous Integration and DevOps methodologies. Test automation is an essential part of this process, but in a lot of cases testing, manual and automated, often becomes a bottleneck in this process. The reasons can be various, but very often the problem begins with the choice of tooling to support this process. So how can we tackle this? How can we avoid test automation becoming a bottleneck for the organization?
Since testing is becoming more and more technical, these developer tools are not only interesting for developers, but also for testers. In this post we will be sharing some DevTools features which might benefit you as a tester. In the beginning the DevTools UI might be overwhelming, but if you take your time to get familiar with some of the tabs, you will discover that it will definitely boost your productivity.
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.
In this episode of technical Thursday we look at the concepts of dependency injection and inversion of control. You will learn how to make your life as an automation engineer simpler by using Autofac. This manages your dependencies so that you don’t have to worry on how your solution should be tied up to work correctly! Stay tuned!
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?