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5 Tips for Prioritizing Bugs

5 Tips for Prioritizing Bugs

This is a guest post by Rachel Kibler. This may come as a shock, but we don’t release perfect software into production. Our mobile app sometimes crashes, some types of data don’t come through, and the navigation flows can be complex. We find and fix a lot of bugs,...
Testing Predictive Analytics Models

Testing Predictive Analytics Models

This is a guest post by Michael G. Solomon, PhD CISSP PMP CISM. Predictive analytics is a general approach to analyzing historical data and attempting to predict what will happen next. Many organizations use this type of analysis to predict future sales, expected...
For Good Data Management, You Need a Well-Defined SLA

For Good Data Management, You Need a Well-Defined SLA

This is a guest post by Peter G. Walen. The CAP theorem has become a standard way to understand data management behavior in a distributed system. Fundamentally, the CAP theorem asserts that of the three aspects of data management that make up the CAP acronym —...
Three Things to Learn from the Bugs You Found

Three Things to Learn from the Bugs You Found

This is a guest post by Nishi Grover Garg. How can we study bugs to improve the overall state of our project? Here are three things to learn from the bugs you find. 1. The location of defect clusters Defect clustering is one of the seven principles of software...
Tester’s Diary: The Long, Slow Road to DevOps

Tester’s Diary: The Long, Slow Road to DevOps

This is a guest post by Carol Brands. Recently, our team has been moving toward a more agile way of working. We now have testers in the development team room, and our recent projects have included developers in our exploratory test strategy. Our next team improvement...