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What is Adhoc Testing?

what is adhoc testing

Adhoc testing is a type of unstructured testing meant to find defects and performance issues not found in more traditional approaches to testing.

Manual Testing Tools List

Manual testing tools list

Our curated list of 20 manual software testing tools will help software testers to conduct their manual testing with greater efficiency and effectiveness.

Who owns the release notes?

Who owns release notes

Writing good release notes means delivering the right information at the right time. But who's responsibility is that? Product managers? Marketing? Support?

Sprint Demos – The Benefits to Agile & QA Teams

Sprint demos

Sprint demos are regular meetings to inform stakeholders on progress. Inviting cross functional roles to demos creates a collaborative sharing environment.

Release Notes Tools List

Release Notes Tools

Release notes drive software engagement and improve communication with your team and your customers. Here's a list of release notes tools available today.

What is Jobs to be Done and why is it important?

Jobs to be done

Jobs to be done helps product teams build better products. Haven't heard of jobs to be done? We explain the concept here in our latest blog.

Release Notes Template

Release notes template

Good release notes set expectations, increase engagement, and delight. Don't make them an afterthought, use our free release notes template!

Turning Requirements into User Stories

Turning requirements into user stories

Many projects start with traditional requirements. Then, a decision is made to be more agile. Turning requirements into user stories can be a daunting task.

The Difference Between UAT and Beta Testing

Difference between UAT and Beta testing

UAT and Beta Testing involve end-users providing feedback to the product team. They are often done just before the public release of a software product.

Release Readiness: Being Prepared for Change

Release readiness

Developing software is more than just writing code and testing. A release readiness plans helps prepare your team and your customers for changes.

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