Reporting bugs - the right way

Reporting Bugs – The Right Way

What happens when a defect in software is discovered? When Quality Assurance process is implemented properly, it is first reported to an issue tracking system and then is (usually) fixed. This is common knowledge in the software development business, but what is not, is how much of a difference does a proper reporting make. A […]

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Feasibility

Requirements Analysis – Testing Beyond Clicking

If you are a software tester, how often have you heard that your job is just clicking in an application that is being tested? Has it ever happened that someone, basing on that assumption, described your occupation as less important than the programmer’s? For a valuable tester, it takes more than just “clicking” and following […]

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What Is Load Testing?

Any software developer worth their salt knows that performance tests are part and parcel of creating a well-functioning program. These vital trials are designed to ascertain a software’s stability, responsiveness, scalability, and other critical factors, but not every performance test is designed with the same goals in mind. Spike testing, for instance, measures how well […]

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Software Quality Assurance

Best SoftwareHut’s QA Practices

If you are familiar with Nike and their different quotes, you have probably heard this one: “if you’re a human, you’re a tester”. Do you agree with that? Because I do. Every day is a day of testing – testing new shampoo, new diet plan, new cosmetics… And this list goes on forever. Today I […]

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Introduction-to-Automated-Tests

Introduction to Automated Tests

Since we have started the subject of software testing, two things are worth mentioning: QA process automation, or, in other words, automated tests. All around the world, in every area, people aim at automation of processes. It’s no different in IT branch and software testing. So what automated tests are? In short, it’s a software […]

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