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What is Pair Testing?

Pair testing

Pair testing is the process of two team members testing the software at the same time.  There are many advantages to this type of software testing.

What is the difference between black box and white box testing?

Black and white box

As a software tester, chances are you’ve heard the terms “black box testing” and “white box testing” before. In this post, we'll explain them both.

Q&A with Jon Lane – A Remote Tester

Remote tester interview

Jon Lane is a remote tester for Harvest, a popular time tracking app.  In this post, I speak with Jon about working remotely and testing.

QA Can Speed Up Software Development

QA speeds up software development

QA is often though of as a road block, but QA can actually help you speed up software development by finding bugs and usability issues early on.

Testing Monthly Roundup: December 2015

Software testing monthly roundup

A monthly roundup of software testing industry related articles that have caught our attention this month.

What’s the difference between a Test Case and a Test Scenario?

Test scenario and cases

A Test Scenario is what to be tested, and a Test Case is how to be tested. A Test Scenario often contains many Test Cases.

How to Write Test Cases for Software (with a sample)

How to write test cases in software testing with sample

A test case is a set of steps and preconditions which a tester uses to execute a software test. Here are tips on how to write test cases for software.

Testing Monthly Roundup: November 2015

Testing monthly roundup

Here are some things related to testing and the software development industry that caught our attention during november 2015.

How to Write a Good Bug Report

Bug report

Writing is a big part of software testing. Writing a good bug report can help save time down the road. Here are some tips on writing a good bug report.

Tips for Working Remotely

Tips for working remotely

Working remotely has many challenges. Here are some tips on how to make working remotely actually work, including some tools you might find helpful.

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