Reduce Business Risk with QA

Reduce Business Risk with QA

The software your business relies on to operate successfully is crutial to the success of your company. Software RISK (a potential problem that may occur due to lack of information, control or time) is something that should be minimized wherever possible when it comes to your daily business operations.
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Quality Management – A How To

  Quality Management - A How To Three weeks ago we asked Quality Management - Why Bother?  This week we want to look at How Quality Management is tackled. A Quality Assurance Manager typically manages the Testing Process of a particular project with a company. This...

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Volume Testing

Volume Testing Volume testing confirms that any values that may become large over time (such as accumulated counts, logs, and data files) can be accommodated by the program and won't cause the program to stop working or degrade its operation in any manner. Risk if not...

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QA Management – Why Bother?

QA Management - Why Bother? Two weeks ago we asked if QA Management was a oxymoron. Today we are going to partially answer that question with a  NO! In the smallest set of terms; QA Management is there to save a company or organization money and to make a project run...

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Performance Testing

Performance Testing is big! Mind-boggling big especially for software testers charged with completing it. And it is not going to get smaller with the Internet-of-Things coming at Warp Speed. In effort to subdivide and conquer the need for Performance Testing we are...

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QA Management – An Oxymoron

An oxymoron is two contradictory terms that have been used in conjunction so is "QA Management" an oxymoron or is it simply contradictory? Is it possible to manage Quality Assurance for Quality Assurance or are we wasting our time trying to manage quality? After the...

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Negative Testing

Negative Testing In many software testing scenarios, testers can use positive testing and/ or negative testing methods. Positive testing means that the item being tested reacts as expected when the expected input is entered. Negative testing typically means that the...

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The Results of Software Tester Training

Software tester training seems to be something that needs a lot more attention, given how many conversations we've had on this topic. A few weeks ago we talked about How We Train Software Testers? We get a surprising number of questions about software tester training...

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System Boundary Diagram

System Boundary Diagrams sometimes come up in the context of a Use Case and sometimes in the context of Software Testing. Either way they are a useful in the effort expended when determining what to test. While the 'normal' System Boundary Diagram shows the boundaries...

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