From user stories to robust testing suites – Jamison Ordway – Medium

During my time at Turing, I have cultivated a deep appreciation for test driven development. Getting started with the process is no easy thing, especially since I started learning with more cryptic and particular tools such as Minitest. We were focusing on a lot of unit tests at the time, and the next step in … Continue reading From user stories to robust testing suites – Jamison Ordway – Medium

Evolve Your Mobile Usability Testing Methods | StickyMinds

Summary: Today’s mobile behaviors and expectations have radically changed, a result of the continuous evolution of mobile technology and the myriad new ways users can now interact with mobile. Because of this advancement in technology and user behavior, testing organizations must also advance their mobile testing solutions to ensure they continue to deliver the most … Continue reading Evolve Your Mobile Usability Testing Methods | StickyMinds

Blog – What would you miss in a Crowdsourced Testing Engagement

Crowdsourced Testing is a form of testing conducted by members of the global community on their respective devices, resulting in wide testing coverage across devices/operating systems. Industries with users from different ages, professions, communities, and geographic locations are considering this solution to receive faster feedback from real users. It helps companies get feedback from real … Continue reading Blog – What would you miss in a Crowdsourced Testing Engagement

Code Refactoring: Why The Testers Need to Know About It

The term ‘Refactoring’ is mainly used to indicate required code cleanup/redesign. In this tutorial, we will understand the definition of refactoring, discuss the need for code refactoring, and review the impact of refactoring code on various project team members. We will also discuss the answer for the most important question – As a tester, why … Continue reading Code Refactoring: Why The Testers Need to Know About It

Setting Automation Up for Success – Angie Jones, Ministry of Testing – Boston

This is a link to a post by T.J. Maher about a recent talk that Angie Jones did for the Ministry of Testing in Boston.  I found her discussion of which tests to automate very interesting.  During recent interviews for a QA position, it was the most asked question:  how do we choose what to … Continue reading Setting Automation Up for Success – Angie Jones, Ministry of Testing – Boston