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Learn Security Testing Basics at uTest University

Learn Security Testing Basics at uTest University | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
Data breaches, hacking, and other security leaks have been in the news for months now. Earlier this year, the Heartbleed bug affected the data security at big names like Google, Yahoo, Instagram, Pinterest, and Netflix.
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The Relationship Between Testability and Good Design

The Relationship Between Testability and Good Design | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
Problems writing good unit tests reveal shortcomings in design and coding.
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Agile (testing) – the final solution?

Agile (testing) – the final solution? | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
I am not sure about that! I think our clients – the business – will expect more of us in the near future. The World Quality Report 2013-14 found that 46% organizations don’t have a specific approac...
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Best practice: use UI-driven automated testing only when necessary

Best practice: use UI-driven automated testing only when necessary | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
Question: what do you think of when I ask 'what does test automation look like'? Chances are high that you think of a tool that replays user interaction with an application using the graphical user interface.
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Maintaining Agile Values in a Remote Team | nfactory

Maintaining Agile Values in a Remote Team | nfactory | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
Agile values should be nurtured especially in remote working. Failing to do so can lead to the split up of the team , with a negative effect on motivation,
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Why Mobile Apps Testing is Different from Desktop and Web | Software Testing Blog

Why Mobile Apps Testing is Different from Desktop and Web | Software Testing Blog | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
Ever since the first cell phone hit the commercial market in 1983, the mobile market has rapidly innovated from a handset that weighed over 2 pounds and could
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Software Test Automation | Testing Methodologies | Independent Testing - Mindtree Blogs

Software Test Automation | Testing Methodologies | Independent Testing - Mindtree Blogs | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
Mindtree blog on Not thinking....automated! Topic inlude software test automation, manual testing, testing methodologies, exploratory testing and solutions, behavioural testing and testing process.
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Automated Testing in an Agile Environment

Automated Testing in an Agile Environment | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
By Nadine Parmelee, Senior Quality Assurance Engineer When it comes to software quality and reliability, there are many benefits to be gained from a switch to an agile development environment. Agil...
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Establishing a Continuous Integration Pipeline Part 1 | Duncan Nisbet

Establishing a Continuous Integration Pipeline Part 1 | Duncan Nisbet | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
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When should a test be automated? Hint: not always.

When should a test be automated? Hint: not always. http://t.co/iF9EfPSWRW
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Agile Performance Testing – Proactively Managing Performance | Javalobby

Agile Performance Testing – Proactively Managing Performance | Javalobby | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
This post was originally written by Steve Sturtevant on the AppDynamics blog.Just
in case you haven’t heard, Waterfall is out and Agile is in. ...
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Users, Usage, Usability, and Data

Users, Usage, Usability, and Data | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
The day job (and a new podcast) have been getting the bulk of my time lately, but I’m way overdue to talk about data and quadrants. If you need a bit of context or refresher on my stance, this post...
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Back to the Future of Software Testing | Software Testing Blog

Back to the Future of Software Testing | Software Testing Blog | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
If you’re familiar with the internet, you know that predictions are a very popular form of online content. You also know that – most of the time – these predi
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BBST Domain Testing – An Experience Report - Testing Circus

BBST Domain Testing – An Experience Report - Testing Circus | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
In late January, after the Workshop on Teaching Software Testing (WTST) at Florida Institute of Technology, Dr. Cem Kaner and Dr. Rebecca Fiedler put together a 5-day pilot course to beta test a new Black Box Software Testing (BBST) course called Domain Testing. I was one of ten participants to try it out. Two series of BBST The first BBST series (Foundations, Bug Advocacy and Test Design) came from research funded by the National Science Foundation and Dr. Kaner. Part of the agreement with the NSF was to make the materials open source (available at www.testingeducation.org/BBST) while also creating a way to teach the materials online with high standards. The Association for Software Testing (AST) was the lab for the initial classes and they continue to teach them to this day. BBST Domain Testing represents the next step in a second BBST series focusing on specific test design techniques (Domain, Scenario and Specification based testing). Unlike the first series, the NSF didn’t fund the development of these classes so the materials won’t be open sourced. They also won’t be taught through AST, instead they will come directly from Dr. Cem Kaner’s corporate training firm Kaner Fiedler & Associates (or KFA for short). What is domain testing?  Although domain testing sounds like it relates to domain knowledge, it is an umbrella term for equivalence class analysis (partitioning) and boundary testing. Domain testing is a sampling strategy where possible values of a variable (anything that can change) are divided into a subset of values that are in …
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Test Automation Tips and Best Practices for Automated Testing

Test Automation Tips and Best Practices for Automated Testing | Agile Testing | Scoop.it
Test Automation, when done right, can be very beneficial to the team. The tips below will help you get the most value from your automated testing activity
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