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Confidence’s Role in Software Testing

Confidence – “the feeling or belief that one can rely on someone or something; firm trust.” https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/confidence A few weeks ago I sat down to write about verifying bug fixes. I wanted to determine if there was a systematic approach … Continue reading

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Mobile Application Testing – It’s Not All About the Devices

When designing our mobile application testing strategy, it is important to consider that: it is not all about the devices – but it IS about all the devices. The distinction comes from the fact that it is not possible to … Continue reading

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Mobile Testing – An Interview with Melissa Tondi

I recently interviewed Melissa Tondi on the topic of mobile testing. Melissa is the founder of Denver Mobile and Quality (DMAQ), Head of QA at ShopAtHome.com and has had significant experience working in, and speaking publicly about, mobile testing. We … Continue reading

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Improving the User Experience in a Fast-Forward World

Recently, after experiencing a “service not available” error while checking my email, my first instinct was to go scouring the web, including sites such as downrightnow.com, to check to see if others were experiencing similar issues and if there was … Continue reading

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Jumping Into Mobile Application Testing – A Continuously Moving Target

Adoption of mobile devices is at an all-time high and the demographics of the technology market are changing. If the user base changes, user acceptance testing must necessarily change. You can probably trust a Linux user running your command line … Continue reading

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Jumping Into Mobile Application Testing – Too Many Configurations?

At the end of our previous installment, we touched on the fact that Apple instills tight control on its iOS. At the other end of the spectrum, you have the open Android platform; widely embraced in a society where freedom … Continue reading

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Jumping Into Mobile Application Testing – Initial Challenges

With all of the latest developments in mobile platforms and the nature of this ever changing landscape, I wanted to share my observations and opinions on how I believe testers can approach this dynamic. As part one of a three … Continue reading

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