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Build your Agile Road Map

“You’ll learn more about a road by traveling it than be consulting all the maps in the world.”

When a year starts, we all tend to make personal resolutions. Companies make road maps and yearly plans for their budgets, marketing, resources and product development.
As a small but fast-growing company ourselves, we thought it will be a […]

February 16th, 2011|Blog, Development, QA, Testing|1 Comment

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 many programs does your washing machine have?

 You probably don’t even know, and I bet you use maybe 2-3 of them.

4 if you are really into washing your clothes as a hobby.

This applies to most of our appliances and gadgets, our mobile phones, ipods and digital cameras. We usually don’t even know what the options are; we simply use those we already […]

September 8th, 2009|Blog, Development, General, SaaS, Usability|1 Comment

Testuff 1.1 Aftermath

Yes, it has been two weeks since my last post. During this time we worked very hard on fixing and releasing Testuff 1.1 for the general QA public.

Unfortunately, it took us longer to release Testuff 1.1 than what we had anticipated. So, after it was finally out, we gathered round the round table and did […]

October 29th, 2008|Blog, Development, Testing, Tips|3 Comments