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Best, and getting better. Every year.

Season Greetings!

So much has happened at Testuff in 2018. It isn’t just this long list of enhancements. It’s also the work we’ve done with many of our customers, to make sure they have the solution they need. And it goes further, to the work we’ve done on our infrastructure, the security measures we’ve installed, DB […]

December 19th, 2018|Blog, General|Comments Off on Best, and getting better. Every year.

Plans, Flexibility and Everything Between Them

My running mate and myself went out, the other day, for a routine run. An early morning run, 10 km in a steady and not-too-fast pace. All was fine, and towards the last 2 km, my friend suggested that since we are ‘feeling great’, as he put it, it’s an opportunity to add 2-3 km […]

November 19th, 2018|Blog, Testing|0 Comments

Sailing with testers IV

In our Sailing with Testers series of posts, we’ve talked about how to choose the relevant items from the long pre-sailing check-list, and the similarities to selecting the right tests to run, out of the full repository. We then explored the different preparations one can consider, in order to be ready for possible problems and […]

October 22nd, 2018|Blog, Sailing with Testers|0 Comments

The State of Software Testing in 2018 and Beyond

The other day, a good friend of Testuff told us about his 22-year-old son (we’ll call him “John”).

John is very bright and a quick study. But fresh out of school, he has almost no work experience yet.

Nonetheless, he was recently hired as a QA professional for a new startup. John wouldn’t be joining a team […]

September 24th, 2018|Blog, Education, Testing|0 Comments

Sailing with Testers (part III)

A couple of weeks ago I went sailing with my family. We were all happy to meet and get a chance to sail together on a beautiful sunny day. Things changed however after an hour or so…. With slow winds and a wavy sea, there were soon some people who were feeling sea sick. Actually, […]

August 13th, 2018|Blog, Sailing with Testers, Testing|0 Comments

Using Testuff to Manage Freelance and Remote Software Testing Teams

In last month’s article, we discussed how the software testing industry was ideally suited for globalization. Thanks to cloud technology, it’s possible to assemble a crack team of QA experts from around the globe – all of whom work remotely.

But whether those team members are freelancers, employees, or a mix of both, how do you […]

July 8th, 2018|Blog, SaaS|0 Comments

Why Software Testing Was Built for Globalization

Globalization receives a lot of negative PR – especially during political election years.

But it’s truly a marvel of human engineering.

Case in point is the ordinary, everyday t-shirt.

The lifecycle of this modern fashion accessory is a wonder to behold:

Cotton is grown in some remote corner of the globe.
It’s then cultivated using machinery produced elsewhere.
Next, the […]

June 7th, 2018|Blog, SaaS|0 Comments

Software Testing Tools Challenges in a CICD Environment

Some Thoughts about The DevOps Era

Developing and releasing software is a complicated process. Applications now-days are more complex, and deployment infrastructure complexity grows, so are teams working on software projects.
Developing, testing, and releasing software quickly and in a consistent way, is therefore more challenging than ever. One way organizations face this challenge is to […]

May 7th, 2018|Blog, Development, Testing|1 Comment

Sailing with Testers (Part II)

When sailing, one has to be careful of mistakes, be ready for things going wrong. Because when it happens – it is somehow always the worst timing…
The boom suddenly cracks. Before you manage to take a look what’s the damage, it’s broken and of course a part of it falls on one of your crew […]

April 23rd, 2018|Blog, Bugs, Sailing with Testers, Testing|0 Comments

Good Enough Releases vs. Error-Free Code: Finding the Right Balance

Developing a “proof of concept” has long been a central pillar of the business world. Under this framework, companies are encouraged to:

Build a barebones prototype.
Gauge consumer demand.
Add requested bells & whistles.
Scale up production for the masses.

This proven formula allows you to test the waters with minimal investment. You don’t need to develop a flawless product […]

April 9th, 2018|Blog, Bugs, QA|0 Comments