Are you a T-shaped Software Tester or do you have what it takes to be one? Here, we list the main skills needed for you to become a T-Shaped Tester.
Sprint demos are regular meetings to inform stakeholders on progress. Inviting cross functional roles to demos creates a collaborative sharing environment.
Our post on screen reader accessibility testing helps digital product and website builders to ensure computer accessibility for the visually impaired.
Planning Poker is a highly efficient agile planning and estimating procedure that is used to help find consensus within a agile team on how long each user story will take. Due to its fun element and simplicity, it is very widely used.
Service oriented architecture testing assesses the software architecture (SOA) used for building business application using third-party services.
Adopting an inclusive design mindset at the start of every new product will help to ensure access for all abilities. Our post offers some useful pointers.
Requirement Traceability Matrix is a high-level document that keeps track of constantly updated requirements so optimum testing levels can be achieved.
There are several SDLC models available. This post assesses their different strengths and weaknesses to help you select the right one for your project.
Release notes drive software engagement and improve communication with your team and your customers. Here's a list of release notes tools available today.
A good tester has to be flexible and adapt to the changing environment. We have chosen some of the best software testing books that will help you get there.