Software Testing & QA Blog
Welcome to our Software Testing & QA blog!
CIOs, PMs, and Test managers, keep calm and read on. Here you will find sharp and clear QA articles supported by our practical experience in testing and QA. Our blog pictures software testing and QA from a manager's perspective.
We regularly update our blog with quality assurance articles on various testing types and their peculiarities for managers and the overall benefits of quality improvement through testing and QA. So bookmark us and stay tuned!
We provide three classifications of software bugs with examples and explain the role of each classification in contributing to the success of the testing process.
We explain when companies should resort to the third-party software QA process audit and share the activities we take when performing QA process audits for our customers.
Victor shares the steps ScienceSoft takes to set up a reliable QA process and lay the groundwork for projects’ software testing activities.
Discover shift-left practices we implement at ScienceSoft to improve QA for our customers and find out whether a shift-left approach to testing is a good fit for your project.
We share the practices we implement at ScienceSoft to realize continuous testing, as well as explore the benefits and the challenges of such an approach.
We explain when you should consider taking a risk-based approach to testing and share a risk-based testing roadmap we follow at ScienceSoft to help our customers optimize their QA process.
We share the approach to designing a QA strategy we follow at ScienceSoft and explain how a structured QA strategy influences your testing project’s success.
We summarize quality assurance best practices you can implement to improve software quality, speed up the testing process, and lower QA-related efforts and costs.
We reveal Selenium testing weaknesses and try to find valid alternatives to Selenium as well as compare all mentioned test automation tools in tables.
We explain the specifics of the QA and testing process in Agile and suggest proven ways of tailoring the software testing process to these specifics.