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Moving from Manual to Automated Tests

Moving from Manual to Automated Tests

This is a guest post by Peter G. Walen. Many organizations want the benefits of automated testing. They believe that the “next step” in testing is to build automated versions of what they manually run. This seems logical, but is it going to give them the...
The Value of Distributed Tracing in Performance Testing

The Value of Distributed Tracing in Performance Testing

This is a guest post by Bob Reselman. Any test you run will only be as valuable as the breadth and accuracy of the test data you collect. However, collecting test data can be hard, if not nearly impossible, when the digital infrastructure is spread across the planet....
Four Questions to Ask When Planning Test Automation

Four Questions to Ask When Planning Test Automation

This is a guest post by Nishi Grover Garg. Test automation poses its own challenges different from manual testing. Teams struggle to get the most out of their test automation due to many hurdles along the way. Good planning can act as a solid foundation for your test...
Pursuing the Secure Cryptocurrency Wallet

Pursuing the Secure Cryptocurrency Wallet

This is a guest posting by Michael G. Solomon PhD CISSP PMP CISM In a previous article, I talked about testing blockchain apps. Although you can test blockchain apps using non-live blockchains, eventually you have to assess how your app runs in a live environment....
QA for Voice Applications with TestRail and Bespoken

QA for Voice Applications with TestRail and Bespoken

TestRail, the leading test management suite, joins Bespoken to bring together the best in testing and automation for voice applications. This is an exciting new space, one that will benefit greatly from the proven tools provided by TestRail used in conjunction with...
What Testers Should Be Automating

What Testers Should Be Automating

This is a guest posting by Justin Rohrman. When the topic of test automation comes up in a conversation between testers, most of the time the answer — even before any context is given — is “Selenium.” Selenium is a fine tool, but it is good for a small number of...