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Injecting “quality” through a Quality-Focused Culture

Injecting quality

Quality-focused organizations take the lead in today's competitive marketplace. It takes more than a quality assurance team to bring quality.

Automated Testing: What is the Difference Between Unit, Integration & Functional Testing?

automated testing differences

Automated testing is a big part of software development. This post looks at the differences between unit, integration and functional testing.

Software Testing Sign off Template

Software testing sign off template

A software testing sign-off template helps ensure you're communicating the outcomes of your testing project consistently with stakeholders.

Daily Standups – An Introduction Daily Standup Meetings

Daily standups

Daily standups are quick, informative meetings meant to align the team on what each person is working on, and to identiy any blockers.

Tools for Working Remotely – Collaboration Tools for Remote Workers

Tools for Working Remotely

Looking for tools to help your team work remotely? Check out our list of some of the most popular tools for working remotely today.

Agile Ceremonies: Events & Processes in Agile Development

Agile Ceremonies

Agile ceremonies are a repeating sequence of meetings a scrum team holds. They ensure the team is moving in the right direction and always improving.

How to Run a Successful Bug Bash

Bug bash

A bug bash is a collaborative effort where a cross-functional team sets aside their normals tasks to test a piece of software.

How to Get your First Job as a Software Tester

software testing job

Certifications, networking, and an online presence... these are a few tips for how to get your first job as a software tester.

What is a Test Plan in Software Testing? (With Example)

What is a test plan

A test plan in software testing helps guide the testing team throughout the project. A test plan is really the blueprint of the testing process.

Manual vs Automation Testing – What Are The Differences?

Manual vs Automation Testing

With manual vs automation testing, remember that using both classes of testing together delivers better products than using one testing type.

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