Squeezing neurons into narrow spaces: AI in QA
With AI in QA, there are big hopes on the horizon and small bumps on the road. What can we do to smooth them out? I'm going to generate some tests with neural networks and see how they compare to human standards; and if they fall short, I'll dig into the issues and see if maybe those problems have already been seen in other applications of AI
Most in-demand software testing skills in 2022
If you’re looking for a path to develop in the software testing world, or even trying to break into the industry for the first time, you might be wondering what the most in-demand testing skills are right now. If so, you’re in the right place!
Choosing an E2E Testing Framework in 2022
If you’re looking for the best end-to-end testing automation tool in 2022, you’ve probably narrowed your search to a few options, and there’s a good chance your choices are Playwright Vs Cypress Vs Selenium. Let’s take a quick look at each one, so you can make an informed decision.
Productivity Engineering is not just for Google!
While it’s true that quality matters, with the new tools and approaches available out there, there’s really no reason you can’t have quantity too. This is a lightweight post for y'all to think of productivity from a QA approach.
Testing is diverse. Despite the fact that the main goals are the same everywhere, there are many differences from project to project: different stacks, technologies, processes, and approaches. Analyzing the processes in many teams, Qameta Software has found one problem. That problem is inefficiency. Currently, testing is one of the most under-optimized processes in the development life cycle.
Automation as a Service
In this article, I will pose and answer three main questions related to the use of our system. Why do we need a TMS? How does TMS usually work with automated tests? How do we go about setting up automation, with the example of Allure TestOps?
5 Questions to ask your Testing Automation Team
Testing automation is quickly becoming the baseline standard in software development. However, if you’re still working on making the switch towards it, you may still be wondering what the most important issues are. Here are five must-ask questions that can help you decide.
Managing Test Cases the TestOps way. Goodbye, folders!
Storing and reporting data from a large system to a human-readable format is a long-time-ago solved issue. Today, we will discuss Test Case Management and Testing, and the first question is “How do people usually store the test cases?”.