This article gives ten really working lessons taken from the everyday life of a tester. They will help you to survive at work and will transform you, a frightened fresher, into a tough software quality assurance engineer if all your quality assurance team consists of the one team member, and it’s you.
This article describes concepts and principles of testing that are based on theoretical and practical analysis of functionality of web products and the related components.
When specialists perform testing of any program interface, they use the HTTP requests. Due to the information given by any error code after user request, a server can change the data processing. In a situation when there is an error and you now the result of the request, you can solve the issue by yourself.
Trying to resolve the problems with communication on a project, people solve not only current problems of relations but also build more qualitative and efficient ways to organize their working process. Getting rid of disputes and misunderstanding will help to make communication on a project pleasant and clear and this will greatly simplify the work on the set tasks.
This article is aimed at giving an entry-level tester the overview of the way a product version control system works: from the process of duplicating a repository to the function of creating a pull request.
In the software testing field, specialists use a lot of various heuristics to make a decision and analyze a problem during testing. They can be extremely useful when making suggestions if a person isn’t sure in the way how to start the testing process. Or it may even happen, that he/she has no idea what to do next.
Nowadays, almost every OS has built-in tools to take screenshots. But if it comes to professional work, particularly software testing, it is better to use special screenshot tools.
This article will help a reader to track the entire development of the testing process, see what stage has been already reached and also, understand how we can simplify and improve the process of software testing inside a company.
A lot of QA specialists heard about such a concept as test design but a few use these methodologies. Why this is so? Indeed, test design techniques are a basic component of test scenario development. Let’s figure this out.
The job of a QA engineer is the role that entails communication with numerous people (developers, clients, managers, analysts, designers, and sometimes – potential users of a product) on all possible topics while performing software testing. Their cycle of professional communication is quite big and he/she needs to build respective and clear communication with each of them.