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When Software Testing Is All Sunshine and Roses

By definition, software quality assurance is a highly analytical discipline. As you test and debug different products, you rely more on the left hemisphere of your brain – the side that handles logic.

If there were a color associated with this analytical approach, it would probably be a neutral gray – devoid of any emotional […]

August 12th, 2015|6 Thinking Hats, Blog, Testing|0 Comments

Testuff Video Recorder Application

This month’s version introduces our long-time unique video recorder as a stand-alone program. Non-Testuff users will be able to install it and make use of it, to then share with others, including Testuff users. There’s more on the version, some you can see and use, others in the background. As in recent months we recommend […]

August 3rd, 2015|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Testuff Video Recorder Application

Black Hat Software Testing – It’s Not What You Think

When it comes to SEO and network security, the term “black hat” has very negative – often illegal – connotations. But in managerial circles, wearing the Black Hat can be a good thing.

Not just good.

Done correctly, Black Hat thinking can play an invaluable role in business success.

According to Edward de Bono’s […]

July 6th, 2015|6 Thinking Hats, Blog, Testing|0 Comments

Improving back-stage processes

This month’s version is an important one, but you will probably won’t notice it…. we’ve been busy improving server side code, processes, making more of our new API capabilities. This makes Testuff an even more stable, reliable tool and it also helps us to move forward with the last yard required to a fully-working web […]

June 29th, 2015|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Improving back-stage processes

Can Software Testing Ever Be an Emotional Experience?

Of course software testing can become emotional. Who among us hasn’t gotten frustrated by a particularly stubborn fix – or felt the elation of finally finishing a difficult project?

However, these experiences are usually unpredictable. We become overwhelmed and caught off guard by our emotions.

But according to Edward de Bono, there are times when […]

June 10th, 2015|6 Thinking Hats, Blog, Testing|0 Comments

Digging deeper, creating a better testing tool for you

Notice the features and option we have included in recent months, this one included. We’re now at a point where we just make it easier and faster for you to work. Our desktop client has reached such maturity, and stability. It’s now a matter of small, fine-tuned enhancements, based as always, on your requests.
We’re planning […]

June 1st, 2015|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Digging deeper, creating a better testing tool for you

White Hat Thinking: the Most Important Software Testing Tool of All

In last month’s article, we explored an innovative approach to project management – one in which teams could improve their chances of success by adopting 6 complementary “lateral thinking” styles throughout the development process.

The concept was first introduced by Edward de Bono in his 1985 landmark book, Six Thinking Hats. And in […]

May 18th, 2015|6 Thinking Hats, Blog, Testing|0 Comments

Those ‘little things’ that make the tester’s work easier

Tools should help their users to do their work. Too many tools require too much learning, and effort to master. We work hard to make Testuff as easy to use as possible, trying to pay attention to the so-called ‘minor’ features and options – the ones that make a difference for the end-user. Sometimes it […]

May 4th, 2015|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Those ‘little things’ that make the tester’s work easier

Why Software Testers Wear Many Hats

In 1985, Edward Charles Francis Publius de Bono (yes – his real name) introduced a lateral thinking concept in his landmark book, Six Thinking Hats.

According to this new philosophy, it is possible to fuse the best components of many different cognitive styles to achieve optimal results in project management.

These 6 color-coded […]

April 30th, 2015|6 Thinking Hats, Blog, Testing|0 Comments

How to Launch a Career in Software Testing

In our blog, we often talk about the importance of continued education. The learning process never really stops, and serious software testers should constantly hone their skills outside the office with deliberate, self-directed study.

This is especially important since ours is a profession without an “official” university-level career path. Most of what we learn, […]

April 13th, 2015|Blog, Education, Tips|1 Comment
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