Testing

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1 Simple Trick To Massively Improve Automation Efficiency

Automated UI testing is a daily struggle for efficiency and reliability. A single misconfigured line of code can cost teams in hours of lost feedback time and test error triaging—potentially costing companies hundreds of thousands of dollars. In this case study we will see how interactions with only two web elements led to a 34% degradation in the test execution time.

How to Introduce Test Automation Practice in a Legacy Financial Company

Doing the turnaround from legacy testing to modern test automation might be a struggle. Specifically in a financial organization, where habits and process may be very present. How does a team start from zero, when you are a project in a middle of many others? In this dual presentation by the QA lead of the team and the lead of the expert coaching group, you will discover how a team at National Bank of Canada made the change to a mature practice of test automation.
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Is Testsigma secure for your organization?

SaaS (software as a service) which is one of the most popular forms of cloud computing has completely revolutionized the world of cloud computing as it is being adopted by a majority of the IT organizations to modernize their IT structure. With companies shifting their tools and platforms from on-premise to cloud-based solutions, there is no doubt the future belongs to the SaaS test automation platforms.

Mike Buczko: 7 Steps to Leadership in Software Testing - @SmartBear Talks

Software testing is so important nowadays. The industry is looking for more efficient and effective approaches for setting up, managing or analyzing tests. As a result, software testing leaders are in high demand. In this interview, we will review the major steps you can follow in your life to become a leader. Mike Buczko, a Test Manager from SpyroSoft, will be our guide to this interesting topic today.
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Agile testing: break silos and build quality in from the start

In traditional software development projects with clear departments and defined roles, people tend to see their responsibilities as limited to the boundaries of their position. Siloed teams are not able to see the systemic view of the whole application delivery since: Siloed departments lose the vast opportunity to help and collaborate with each other and prevent problems and bugs from happening in the first place.