A few years ago we wrote: “In a life of a company, there is no real difference between December 31st and January 1st…. It is in our minds that this date, of the end of a year, has any real meaning. We will work on January 1st (yep, we will) the same way we did […]
Season greetings Testuff community,
We have a holiday gift for you!
Over the past several months, we’ve explored a radical approach to software quality assurance – one that uses lateral thinking to make testing more successful and creative.
Those insights are covered in our 6-part series (published on our blog, from May to October of this year). […]
Give almost any teenager a digital camera or mobile phone, and he can usually figure out all of the core functions without consulting a manual. This is true even if the device is set to a foreign language that he doesn’t speak.
Give that same phone or camera to an elderly person, and watch the […]
Last day of the year. Just had a good talk with some colleagues here, which made me think about ‘where we are’ with Testuff test management tool.
In numbers it looks like this:
More than 3,150,000 Tests stored for customers on our servers. And growing.
99.97% Servers Up-Time. Isn’t that cool? No SLA, no promises. Real, solid […]
The other day, we published a post about how software testing is a profession in its own right – and not a stepping-stone towards some other career.
The article was very well received. But a number of readers pointed out that “profession” can mean different things to different people. And you know […]
New features, killer updates, and awesome gadgets – these are what most software testing tools promote in their marketing materials. And we’re no different. At Testuff, we’re more than happy to share our latest accomplishments – the newest bells and whistles.
In the past 12 months alone, we’ve blogged about adding an 8th data […]
If you manage a software testing company (or team) for long enough, you’ll eventually run into one or both of the following:
When business is booming, should your next hire be an experienced tester or a relative newcomer?
When business is hurting, should your next layoff be the veteran tester or the novice?
These 2 questions are really […]
If imitation truly were the sincerest form of flattery, Testuff would be blushing with embarrassment. Every month, we’re honored with rival updates and new features that closely mirror improvements we’ve made to our own software testing suite.
And this flattery is not limited to our flagship QA testing tool. Sometimes we see our […]
In the previous post, we explored switching costs – those inevitable expenses you must factor in when moving from one product or service to another.
We discussed the switching costs of moving from your current test case management system to Testuff – and determined that the time, money and effort were minimal. But they’re not […]
In previous blogs, we’ve often discussed the “switching costs” of moving from one test management system to another. A few of you have written in asking for clarification on this topic, so I wanted to devote a few minutes today to explain what we mean.
Anytime you change products, platforms, or services, there are “switching” […]