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Quality in the Cloud: The new Role of TestOps
Published : 13/03/2012 Published by : ADM STE
"TestOps" is a new one, but it encapsulates a new way of thinking about how we test and ensure quality of cloud services.
Signature: Seth Eliot

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Programmers Replies When Their Programs Do Not Work
Published : 27/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
The Top 20 replies by programmers when their programs do not work
Signature: Laurent, 10/27/2010

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Software QA and Testing Tools Info
Published : 27/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
This article presents links about Software QA and Testing Tools
Signature: Laurent, 10/27/2010

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Risk-Based Testing
Published : 27/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
Neil Pandit of Sopra Group, winner of the Logica Triple Star Award for Innovation at the EuroSTAR 2009 conference, gives us a taste of his winning presentation where he described the benefits of a visual approach to risk-based integration testing.
Signature: Laurent, 10/27/2010

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User-Centred Approach
Published : 27/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
A strategy that puts the user in control at the centre of things is, according to Zabisco director Hammad Khan, the principal benefit of a user-centred approach. Have a conversation with almost anybody and most would agree that making your end-users perspective a leading factor in how you approach your business makes sense. So why is it that so many businesses don’t actually adopt this seemingly obvious idea?
Signature: Laurent, 10/27/2010

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Test Automation
Published : 27/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
According to Keith Braithwaite, principle consultant with Zuhlke Engineering, much of the routine checking that makes up the bulk of testing is ripe for automation, freeing up testers for more important, high-value work.
Signature: Laurent, 10/27/2010

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Software Test Outsourcing
Published : 27/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
We are in dynamic times where the structure of the economy at large, and businesses in particular, is undergoing change. The role of IT as a business enabler is now even more prominent – and as a result, business, IT and QA are no longer seen as discrete elements but complementary in building a competitive advantage for business. Software testing has evolved over the years from a ‘necessary evil’ to a ‘value enhancer’.
Signature: Laurent, 10/27/2010

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Super Agile Testing
Published : 27/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
You’ve been assigned a mission-critical information system that is constantly under change. The project has a history of failure. The employee turn-over rate is staggering. To turn things around, essential updates and enhancements must be implemented quickly, be delivered on-time, be defect free, and must not degrade the quality or accuracy of the existing functionality. Your testing strategy has to be super-agile. How hard can it be?
Signature: Laurent, 10/27/2010

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Triage - Choosing Bugs to Fix and the Order
Published : 27/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
Triage. If you’re a fan of the TV show M*A*S*H then you’re probably familiar with the term “Triage.” It’s also a concept we can apply to software testing?
Signature: Laurent, 10/27/2010

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What is the Tester Role?
Published : 26/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
The Tester is present in all projects, whatever the application, the working model, or dimension of the team. He is always present. But the Tester does not take decisions in the project, does not write requirements, does not define the architecture, then what does him?
Signature: Laurent, 10/26/2010

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Agile Can Lead to Clumsy Decisions
Published : 26/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
In 2001 the Agile Manifesto introduced a new paradigm in software development. Iterative Agile and Agile-like development have been widely adopted and have become a subject of interest for both the business and academic communities with dedicated conferences and an Alliance of practitioners. But is 8 year old technology a fad or is it a sustainable business practice? Does Agile maximise return on investment? Two scenarios of a are presented to investigate.
Signature: Laurent, 10/26/2010

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IEEE 829 standard for Software Test Documentation
Published : 26/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
A popular template for Test Plan preparation is the format specified by the IEEE 829 standard for Software Test Documentation.
Signature: Laurent, 10/26/2010

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Developers Doing the Testing Phase
Published : 26/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
The following (somewhat provocative) idea is circulating around my workplace: Since we don't have enough testers, let's give the developers do the testing phase. The idea is that each iteration will have a "freeze" phase, where no development is done, only QC by the developers themselves.
Signature: Laurent, 10/26/2010

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Testing Standards and Staff Motivation
Published : 26/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
Recently I’ve been thinking and writing about the effects of testing standards. The more I thought, the more convinced I became that standards, or any rigid processes, can damage the morale, and even the professionalism, of IT professionals if they are not applied wisely.
Signature: Laurent, 10/26/2010

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Black Box Software Test
Published : 26/10/2010 Published by : Guionnet Patrick
Over the last 3 years the Association for Software Testing (AST) has been piloting a new way to deliver education and training to testers that we refer to as the BBST program. I’m sure that many of you have at least stumbled across something about this program in the blogsphere, but I’d like to take a few minutes of your time to share some things about it that you probably don’t already know.
Signature: Laurent, 10/26/2010

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