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10 Ways Unit Tests Go Right — and Wrong

10 Ways Unit Tests Go Right — and Wrong

This is a guest post by Cameron Laird. Unit tests are powerful. They can provide great value; or if misused, considerable harm. Here are 10 examples of often misunderstood corners of unit testing likely to appear in your projects, so you can analyze how unit tests can...
Managing Expectations of Work from Home

Managing Expectations of Work from Home

This is a guest post by Peter G Walen. In March, I wrote a piece called “Suddenly Working Remote When You Hadn’t Planned On It.”  Now, months later, it might be a good time to revisit the ideas. Depending on where you are located the situation might be very different...
Test Management in TestRail Webinar Highlights

Test Management in TestRail Webinar Highlights

There are some approaches and practices that will help your team get the most value from TestRail. In a recent webinar, TestRail product manager Simon Knight shared his “pro tips” to help test managers/test leads optimize testing workflows for any development...
Announcing TestRail 6.6 with Enhanced Administration

Announcing TestRail 6.6 with Enhanced Administration

🎃 It’s no trick: we’ve got a treat in store for you! TestRail 6.6 is on its way with improved TestRail administration and new features for both TestRail Professional and TestRail Enterprise customers. TestRail 6.6 is scheduled for limited release in...