During software or application development, usually SDLC and STLC processes are followed. Sometimes project deadlines are short and development team works under pressure. In this scenario, testing is also done under severe pressure. Being a tester you have to identify the bugs in that software or application and make sure that it gets bug free before release. Following the step by step process may not help you in meeting your deadlines. Here are some of the guidelines which will help you in meeting your project deadlines & will result in better QA:
King of seasons, Spring has knocked Grazitti’s doors. Nature has spread its beauty everywhere in Grazitti, where flowers of various colors can be seen dancing to the whistles of the breeze.
The fragrance in the air is deliciously intoxicating and the atmosphere invigorating.
We thank you spring for showering your beauty upon us. Our tribute to the King of seasons, Spring – a poem, ‘Ode to the Spring’ from the collection of the famous poet, Thomas Gray. Enjoy and cherish Spring!
Forrester recently claimed that we are reaching a “post-digital” world where traditional and digital are blurring the edges and creating a world where both are tools in the arsenal of the marketer. One of the challenges that we see is that as both digital and creative domains blur, CMOs will have a harder time choosing metrics, messages, and medium!
Automation testing has gained widespread popularity, however beginners still feel it’s a complex web where they will get stuck and regret the decision. Don’t be afraid of starting with automation testing. I know, the first thing that will come to you mind is – learn a programming language, select test cases to automate, learn eclipse, and the list will go on…Stop right there! Look at the bright side – no more manual execution of test cases, more testing in less time, and more time to think about how to make the product more useful. Plus you can add this cool skill set in your resume. Here are some reasons that show automation is easy and useful.
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As promised this is the 2nd in the series of “Selecting the Right CMS Tool: CMS Comparison Matrix.” In this post we will be comparing support, performance, and eCommerce features of leading CMS solutions.
You can read Part I of the post here.