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BOTS: the new perimeter and how to perform testing on it?

A bot is software that is designed to automate different types of tasks you would usually do on your own like, adding an appointment to your calendar or fetching and displaying information and making a dinner reservation. 49 more words

Software Testing

Mobile Application Functional Testing – Best approaches

The unpredictability of the fragmented mobile market calls for an optimal test coverage for mobile applications. Functional Testing of Mobile Applications tests its basic user interactions such as launching, logging in, checking account updates and other direct user flows. 535 more words

Mobile App Testing

Mobile Defects Ring A Bell

Hello! It’s been a while. I’ve been rather busy of late but whilst I’m waiting for the next piece of code to break, I thought I’d revisit my software testing blog. 843 more words

Software Testing

"Acceptance Testing" - What does it mean?

There are loads of people who use the term “acceptance testing”… Most people have different definitions of what this means. And more still will struggle to even define what they mean personally with the term when they say it. 925 more words

Software Testing

Testers, Lets befriend Automation

Looking back in the past, software testing was considered a non technical work. People used to hold a general perception that anybody could do testing. 1,072 more words







The World’s Most Popular Windows Screen Reader
JAWS, Job Access With Speech, is the world’s most popular screen reader, developed for computer users whose vision loss prevents them from seeing screen content or navigating with a mouse. 19 more words

Software Testing

After a four year hiatus, we have resumed recording the Watir Podcast. It’s not at the same site. You can now find it on SoundCloud…

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Test Automation