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Cloud Testing: The Future of Software Testing

August 30 2016, 11:51am

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Cloud Testing: The Future of Software Testing

Software testing has also experienced a long drawn evolution cycle. From ad-hoc practices in different business units, it progressively developed to a centralized Managed Test Center approach.

However, the testing pattern has changed and there are major challenges that need to be overcome such as complexity increasing costs and infrastructure availability. Traditional application testing has its own limitations as well like performance, latency, extremely expensive execution costs, planning and concurrency.

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BOTS: the new perimeter and how to perform testing on it?

August 23 2016, 10:34am

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BOTS: the new perimeter and how to perform testing on it?

A bot is software that is designed to automate different types of tasks you would usually do on your own like, adding an appointment to your calendar or fetching and displaying information and making a dinner reservation.

These are the progressively common form of bots, chatbots, simulates conversation. They often live in the messaging apps or are at least designed to look that way and it should feel like you’re chatting like you are with human.

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What does the Future holds for Internet of Things(IOT) Testing?

August 18 2016, 11:22am

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What does the Future holds for Internet of Things(IOT) Testing?

The Internet of Things could be the biggest software development and testing opportunity of all time.

Though devices such as tablets, phones and wearable may already seem global, the IoT which is a vast, networked array of sensors and embedded systems. It can eventually scale-down all of them in its global reach and number of services and applications.

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Some of the Most Important Aspects of Testing E-Commerce Websites

August 9 2016, 13:16pm

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Some of the Most Important Aspects of Testing E-Commerce Websites

These days it’s hard to find someone who isn’t shopping online. From modest openings, e-commerce firms have taken the consumer market by storm from last decade. This is mirrored by the over-all growth of Internet sales, which now account for an probable 15.5% of consumer spending as a whole (up from just 3% at the end of 2006).

The growth of companies such as Flipkart and Amazon also represents the evolution that has taken place within the e-commerce marketplace, with experts expecting that online sales could signify a third of all consumer expenses within the next decade.

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Why Security Testing is necessary for an Application?

August 2 2016, 11:30am

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While creating a product we analyze a lot of things to create a product with Maximum efficiency. We spend 70 percent of our money on the Quality Services of the product.

 

After creation of any product the main concern is its Marketing, Productivity, Maintenance and the most important thing is its security.

 

What if you have analyzed the every possible thing to make your product most efficient but there is no plan for its security?

 

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Why Security Testing is necessary for an Application?

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Strategies for Dealing with a Blocker Defect

July 27 2016, 09:35am

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Strategies for Dealing with a Blocker Defect

Blocker! What a blocker defect is? In Software Testing we come across various kinds of Defects. What is the extent of that defect and what should be the order to resolve that defect is severity and priority of that defect.

Now the question is how to decide the severity and priority of a bug or defect?

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How to Reproduce a Non Reproducible Bug

July 19 2016, 10:03am

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How to Reproduce a Non Reproducible Bug

In our day-to-day life we all have various tasks to complete. Some of them are easy and the remaining is counted as Challenges. A software defect once found should be reproducible so that the tester can report with conviction, developer can fix with ease and the Quality Assurance (QA) team can close with confidence.

Being a software tester, we also face some challenges, such as Non-Reproducible bugs. Bugs which are not easy or cannot be reproduced again are termed as Non-Reproducible bugs which we often find harder to isolate and to get them fix becomes a difficult task.

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Salient Tips for Writing Effective Test Cases

July 12 2016, 10:21am

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A test case is a state under which a tester will decide whether an application/software system is working as it is originally established for it to do. It will decide whether a software program has passed or failed.

 

It may take many test cases to decide that a software program is considered successful to be released. Test case writing plays an important role and makes a test case an important part of the test execution process.

 

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5 Things Testers Should Keep in Mind While Testing the Games

June 17 2016, 06:33am

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5 Things Testers Should Keep in Mind While Testing the Games

Gaming industry has a huge wide scope in the market. Millions of games are launched in every year, on various iOS, Android and Windows platforms.

Either it is online games or offline games, a 3rd person user or first person, a tester must be ready to tackle different obstacles that may come his way.

Here are the 5 things which tester should keep in mind while testing a game:

  • Multiplayer Feature
  • Game Authenticity Challenges
  • Testing in Various Game Engines
  • Ensuring Accurate Social Integration
  • Game’ Ability to Withstand Heavy, Concurrent Load

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