Tag: Test management

My Week’s Favorites – June 12, 2021

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. A Guide to Being a Successful QA Leader – Prashant Hegde Reawakening Agile with OKRs? – Allan Kelly Credit Card Integration Testing – 3 Things to Consider for Testing Payment Integrations – Asad Shehzad  API Monitoring With Prometheus, Grafana, AlertManager and VictoriaMetrics – Aécio dos Santos Pires https://nordicapis.com/api-monitoring-with-prometheus-grafana-alertmanager-and-victoriametrics/ 10 Best Practices for Naming REST API Endpoints – Deddy Tandean Enjoy reading and happy testing!

My Week’s Favorites – May 30, 2021

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. An End-To-End Guide of Load Testing – Nicole van der Hoeven 9 ways to infuse security in your CI/CD pipeline – Michael Cobb All You Wanted to Know About UX, UI, and Usability Testing – Igor K Leadership In Test: Risk-based Testing – Paul Gerrard Do You Need to Focus or Harness Your Energy? – Johanna Rothman Enjoy reading and happy testing!

My Week’s Favorites – May 23, 2021

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Building a Modern Quality Program from the Ground Up – Jeff Sing Heuristics applied when opening a safe lock – Maria Kedemo Agile Testing Challenges and Tips To Overcome Them – David Tzemach Use Selenium Wait for page to load with Python [Tutorial] –  Nishant Choudhary Cross Browser Testing With TestCafe and CircleCI – Dennis Martinez Enjoy reading and happy testing!

My Week’s Favorites – May 9, 2021

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Mutation Testing – Goran Petrovic Here’s How Experts Are Improving Website Performance To Meet Core Web Vitals – Ritesh Shetty Evaluating Test Cases, Checks, and Tools – Michael Bolton Analyze first, test later: How to approach your next software project – Michael Bolton How I teach Business Agility with a simple puzzle – Rob Lambert Enjoy reading and happy testing!

My Week’s Favorites – April 4, 2021

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Using a Shared, Centrally Managed QA Environment vs. an Individual Environment: Benefits, Drawbacks, and Personal Experience [article] – Oleksandra Melnikova Do Testers read research papers? – Balaji Santhanagopalan Connecting Testing Success to Business Success – Bridget Hughes Hiring a Software Tester, an Analysis – Chris Kenst  How Dynamic Rendering Works Using HTML And CSS?– Harish Rajora Enjoy reading and happy testing!

My Week’s Favorites – Oct 11, 2020

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Three Ways to Help Developers Embrace Testing– Alissa Lydon Contractor Life – P.2: Contractor or Consultant? – Pete Walen Become an Expert Customer-Advocate in 5 Steps – Joel Montvelisky  Blockchain Testing in 2020: Ultimate Checklist & Tools – QATestLab  6 Things You Can Do To Be A Better Test Manager OR Lead – Johanna South Enjoy reading and happy testing!

My Week’s Favorites – Sep 27, 2020

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Don’t hire fast & fire fast – Rob Lambert AWS testing with Jest Unit Tests: Part 1 – Kris Raven Are You Testing Your Website On Microsoft Edge? – Kritika Murari Account takeover by OTP bypass – Bhavarth Kandoria How Do I Build A Culture of Quality Excellence? – Michael Battat Enjoy reading and happy testing!

My Week’s Favorites – July 11, 2020

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. CircleCI vs Jenkins: Choosing The Right CI/CD Tool – Praveen Mishra Interview #1: Being a Freelancer from Tester Perspective – Emna Ayadi Building a QA team – Part 1 – Graham Ellis Six Top Trends for Performance in 2020 and Beyond – Joe Colantonio Enjoy reading and happy testing!

My Week’s Favorites – July 5, 2020

Happy weekend everyone! Here are a few interesting reads to make your weekend better. Most Common QA Myths – Dilruba Malik Cognitive biases and how they influence software testing – Prashant Hegde Cost of Delay Vs Cost of Poor Quality – Duncan Nisbet Six Ways Testers Can Help Programmers Clean Up Their Acts – Cameron Laird Design Systems and Testability – Michael Battat Enjoy reading and happy testing!

Apply Root Cause Analysis to Software Defects

What? Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is a method of problem-solving used for identifying the root causes of faults or problems. In software testing, it is used to identify the root causes of defects or problems and preventing them rather than treating the symptoms. There are two types of RCA in Software Defects: RCA of appearing defects: To answer the question of why these defects happen during the development phase. RCA of escaped defects: To answer the question of why these defects happen after releasing or promoting…