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2012 – SaaS Test Management Solution Year

As we come to the end of our most successful year, it is summary days. We are going into our 5th full year, and this is already the fourth summary we write. Time flies.

In each of the previous years, we wrote a short summary about how the year was, and what did we do that […]

December 20th, 2011|Blog, General, Marketing|0 Comments

New Level of Managing your Defects

Testuff 1.35, your new monthly version, is all about Defect management. We have focused this time in the defects area, making it easier to track defects within Testuff, and at the same time improving some more the integration to the bug-trackers.

You can now edit a defect after reporting it, attach files to it and follow […]

October 31st, 2011|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on New Level of Managing your Defects

Is Automation Overrated?

No doubt that automation testing is sexy and impressive – it seems to be a great cure for the annoying process of more laborious testing. Imagine that you can write the crappiest, laziest piece of software and a magic automation tool painlessly finds any and all defects and helps you fix them.

Sadly, […]

October 11th, 2011|Automation, Blog, Testing|0 Comments

The List is long on Testuff 1.34. Take the time to review it, you’ll find many interesting new options

If last time the list looked short, but was powerful, this month it is both (very) long and powerful :-).

We’ve got something on each part of Testuff, something for each user to find helpful. Our team worked miracles and covered many areas.
API, bug trackers, defect reporting, test management, test editing, test assignment/planning, usability, license management…. […]

October 3rd, 2011|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on The List is long on Testuff 1.34. Take the time to review it, you’ll find many interesting new options

Test management and bug tracker – integrated VS integration

Within the software testing world, there exist a range of different tools, such as automation tools, bug tracking, test management and others. While it is possible to select each tool ‘a la carte’, some of the major releases come as all-or-nothing application lifecycle management (ALM) suites that combine all the potential features into one […]

September 20th, 2011|Blog, Bugs, Development|0 Comments

Passwordless password manager

Most people I know tend to simply use the same password on ALL websites. Email, Paypal, Amazon, Ebay, Facebook, Twitter. This is obviously a very bad idea.

Passwords are always a problem. Difficult to remember, hard to think of a good one when you need a new one, tricky to keep safe. For the moderately-paranoid and […]

March 3rd, 2011|Blog, Security, Tips|0 Comments

Open-source Security Assessment

Perhaps this is not strictly related to Testuff, but my article with Dr. Carlos Cid was recently published on SearchSecurity.

Hope it might give some of you ideas on evaluating security for open-source as well as closed-source projects. The scope covers more than security-testing, but touches on elements of testing and assessment for security bugs that […]

January 11th, 2011|Blog, Bugs, Development, Security, Testing|0 Comments

Selenium – Please do the dishes!

In the testing community, lots of companies use many different automation tools. It saves a lot of trouble going through repetitive tasks that the computer is quite capable of doing by itself. At Testuff, we don’t try to compete with those tools. They’ve been around for a while, they do a pretty good job, and […]

April 15th, 2010|Automation, Blog, Development, General, Tips|3 Comments

(How) Are you being served?

Last night I’ve spent just over two hours on the phone. I don’t normally talk much. Most conversations are kept to a minimum. This call was different though. I was talking to my cable Internet support staff. I have to confess, it’s a very odd, tricky, almost elusive problem, and they were very kind and […]

January 19th, 2010|Blog, General, Support|0 Comments
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