Exploratory testing is a powerful tool that can help teams deliver higher quality products. It has been shown that it can improve test coverage, increase domain knowledge about the system within the team, and increase involvement across departments.
The goal of the testing cycle, or software testing life cycle, is to provide just-in-time feedback to development teams on the quality of the application. It is based on the Agile Test Pyramid. The article is the first in a series of articles that talks about the setup of the testing cycle in an enterprise organization.
Test automation is at the core of continuous testing, and is one of the key enablers for a fully automated CI/CD pipeline. It is, however, not just as simple as selecting a testing tool to gain the substantial benefits automation and continuous testing can bring.
This article by Mark Trinh was originally published on techwell.com
Under pressure to keep up with the new digital economy, enterprises around the world are constantly rethinking their approaches to doing business. They seek to innovate as quickly as possible by delivering software rapidly and have adopted agile and DevOps methodologies to accomplish their goals.
We are excited to announce that Test Project has officially joined the ACT Framework's Partner Network today.
Network of Leading Software Testing Professionals Launches The ACT Framework and Summarizes Best Practices in Free White Paper
Click on the video below to watch Jori Ramakers, one of the founders of The ACT Framework, present at the Tricentis Accelerate conference in Vienna, the largest testing conference in Europe. In his talk, he describes how The ACT Framework can help scale continuous testing in the enterprise through setting up the right organizational structure and processes.