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Trends In Software Testing As Seen Through Our Blog

In the past decade we’ve published 207 posts on our blog. Many writers, many topics, different approaches and one common subject: Software Testing. One of our readers has brought to our attention recently, his observation of the different topics these posts covered during the years. It made us review all of the posts, finding interesting [...]

2019-08-12T12:16:54+00:00August 12th, 2019|Blog, General|Comments Off on Trends In Software Testing As Seen Through Our Blog

Summer Edition

Summer (for most of our users at least, sorry all of you in the south hemisphere…) is always a good time for vacations. That is for our users... we’re here, working for you, so when you’re back Testuff will be ready for you, as it always is, just better. So our main focus this month [...]

2019-08-05T12:50:25+00:00August 5th, 2019|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Summer Edition

Working with you and for you

We asked to send us feature requests and suggestions in previous messages. We promised to listen. Many of you answered the challenge and came up with great ideas. Some are already included in this version, others will follow. A great way to make Testuff greater. For you. Here's the list of enhancements for this [...]

2019-07-01T11:07:19+00:00July 1st, 2019|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Working with you and for you

Added Value to Testuff Test Management

A new report, additional video file attachment on runs, more information on requirement export/import… and more. The journey continues with all those changes that are aimed to make your work easier and faster. Keep sending us your feature requests and suggestions. We listen. Here's the list of enhancements for this month's version: [...]

2019-06-03T12:56:10+00:00June 3rd, 2019|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Added Value to Testuff Test Management

You are not more clever than the crowd

Ran Bar-zik is a great tester. Well, he isn’t really a tester, but he is. A programmer and a (cool) blogger, he is great with finding those trivial-unattended security problems - all those that are the result of the negligence of companies. And it’s always the same cycle: Bar-Zik contacts the company, reports the vulnerability, [...]

2019-05-27T13:34:17+00:00May 27th, 2019|Blog, General|0 Comments

Enhancements Designed for You, the Tester

Loyal to our long time approach, you’ll find that our new test management tool version includes many enhancements - all designed to improve your experience, and make your work easier and faster. Less bells-and-whistles features, more helpful, daily routine work features. And as always, most of them are a result of users requests. What’s yours? [...]

2019-05-19T09:02:13+00:00April 29th, 2019|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Enhancements Designed for You, the Tester

Will AI-based software be able to write effective manual testing tests?

The proliferation of AI-based systems, and specifically decision-making systems, constantly raises the question of whether these systems can replace the manual testing process, and the testers. The answer, as of today, is no. Automation Testing The part that automation testing is taking from the overall testing process, is growing for years now. Much effort is [...]

2019-05-19T09:02:13+00:00April 22nd, 2019|AI, Blog, Testing|0 Comments

Scheduling Reports

Reports are used in many different ways, including to update non-Testuff users - managers and clients for example. We already have a Share option on each report, and created reports can be saved for fast & easy future access. And now we introduce a new feature for report scheduling. Schedule any report to be sent [...]

2019-05-19T09:02:13+00:00April 1st, 2019|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Scheduling Reports

The True Costs of Software Bug Fixing

For a very long time, many years now, we were all told that the later in the process a bug is found and fixed - the more it costs. This was written in hundreds of articles, shown in charts, and lectured in seminars. It became the obvious truth. It probably was seriously first discussed [...]

2019-05-19T09:02:13+00:00March 17th, 2019|Blog, Bugs, Testing|1 Comment
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