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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

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

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

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

Things we’ve learned about customer service and support

Supporting users for over 10 years, and communicating with customers regarding future plans, new features and their needs, has proved challenging but rewarding at the same time. There are many ways to support users of your services and tools. Not only how it’s technically done (online, email-based in our case), but also - and mainly [...]

2019-05-19T09:02:14+00:00February 14th, 2019|Blog, Support|2 Comments

Software Testing Debt Crisis

I’m sure you are familiar with the term Technical debt. We’re all familiar with the ever going debates when designing and programming software - should we do it the ‘right (and long, expensive) way’ or maybe we should take the easier, faster road, which will get us quickly to a working new feature/product but also [...]

2019-05-19T09:02:14+00:00January 22nd, 2019|Blog, Development, Testing|0 Comments

Best, and getting better. Every year.

Season Greetings! So much has happened at Testuff in 2018. It isn't just this long list of enhancements. It's also the work we've done with many of our customers, to make sure they have the solution they need. And it goes further, to the work we've done on our infrastructure, the security measures we've [...]

2019-05-19T09:02:14+00:00December 19th, 2018|Blog, General|Comments Off on Best, and getting better. Every year.

Plans, Flexibility and Everything Between Them

My running mate and myself went out, the other day, for a routine run. An early morning run, 10 km in a steady and not-too-fast pace. All was fine, and towards the last 2 km, my friend suggested that since we are 'feeling great', as he put it, it's an opportunity to add 2-3 km [...]

2019-05-19T09:02:14+00:00November 19th, 2018|Blog, Testing|0 Comments

Sailing with testers IV

In our Sailing with Testers series of posts, we’ve talked about how to choose the relevant items from the long pre-sailing check-list, and the similarities to selecting the right tests to run, out of the full repository. We then explored the different preparations one can consider, in order to be ready for possible problems and [...]

2019-05-19T09:02:15+00:00October 22nd, 2018|Blog, Sailing with Testers|0 Comments
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