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Software Testing Methods and Uses


Software testing is the process of evaluating and investigating how software works, or behaves. This is done throughout the software or website development. Testing is usually done to examine whether the result or output is as expected as it is supposed to be, or to make sure that the input meets the output expectancy. 461 more words


Is “only” Automation Annihilating Manual Tester Within...

Client: Can we automate our test cases

Service Provider: Yeah,we can do it!


Client: What team size do you own and what time will it take? 366 more words

Mindfire Solutions

Software Tester and Programming: oxymoron?

Software tester and knowledge of programming are seemed to opposite like an oxymoron. (Oxymoron is a figure of speech which produces seemingly self-contradictory effect.)  Based on my experience of observing Indian students ,  many choose career in software testing because they do not like programming.  228 more words

IT Careers

Issue in auto suggestions when multiple words of the same record start similarly

This one adds to my list of test cases for auto suggestion functionality. It really depends on the implementation whether this test applies or not, but it is still good to add to your check list. 119 more words


Continuous Integration - An Oldie But Goodie

I’ve run into people who think Continuous Integration is a technique that was invented as part of Agile processes, and is therefore relatively new.  In fact, Continuous Integration has been around for a long time — more than 20 years.  1,341 more words

Software Quality Assurance

Something for the weekend, sir?

In what seems to now have been a storming comeback, the European chapter of Weekend Testing was a breath of fresh air in the learning opportunities for testers. 793 more words



  • The objective of the course is to help students understand the concepts of software testing and prepare for interview.
  • The course will be conducted by professional having industry experience.
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