How to build a well-balanced QA team

All companies that ship products always want to put out a quality product. But when it comes to identifying what parts of the equation makes up the testing delivery, opinions can fly off in different directions quickly. Conversations around needing QA can then turn...

A Practical approach on Shift-left testing

Shift-left testing is a software testing approach that QA and development discover defects earlier in the cycle. This benefits software engineers from putting in early checks into the code and handing over more advanced functionality to QA for more extensive test...

3 Tips for Troubleshooting Hard to Reproduce Bugs

As a functional tester, how many times have you come across a hair-pulling bug that seems impossible to replicate immediately, but annoying enough that it intermittently keeps popping up? We know the dilemma; file a bug listing all the data you encountered, but once...

Building Efficient Software Test Reports

Building Efficient Software Test Reports One of the essential jobs of a test team is to provide detailed reporting when completing testing assignments of a project. The test team has very specific goals and deliverables to follow, and a healthy and detailed test...

Testing the Metaverse

What is the Metaverse? While there are numerous definitions out there, I define it as a virtual immersive world where large numbers of people can gather to play, work, or socialize. It’s also the next enabler of the 3D Internet or Web 3.0. The Metaverse will be a...

How do Artificial Intelligence products learn to do what they do?

How do they do that?Ever wonder how Artificial Intelligence or (AI) products are developed or how they can do what they do? How do they learn to understand my voice? How do these products acquire the information (data) that they need to interact with me? It’s...