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7 Ways to Define ‘Enough’ Testing

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Testing is done when all the tests have run, goes the thinking. Yet test ideas occur as the testing is proceeding. So when do you stop? How much testing is enough?

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Change Is Hard, Agile Change Is Harder. Here’s How to Succeed

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Most of the time change is uncomfortable. Sometimes it can be a little scary. Then there is “Agile.” Here are some of the things I’ve learned about how to have as smooth and painless a change to Agile as possible.

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Tester’s Diary: Making a Difference

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As an individual contributor, it can be hard to feel like I’m making a difference on my team and at my company. But with a combination of some guts and supportive leadership, I can move mountains.

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4 Ways to Generate Quick Test Ideas

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It’s a given that adequate time for test planning helps generate better, more unbiased test coverage. But if you’re pressed for time, what can you do? Here are four tips to quickly generate better test ideas.

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Setting Priorities in Software Testing

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Software organizations frequently talk and think in terms of “priorities”, with fine distinctions about urgency, importance, precedence, feasibility, and so on. Testing has its priorities too, related to those of other departments, but distinct. Understand clearly how priorities operate in testing to make the most of the effort there.

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What Happened to the Daily Standup?

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The daily standup was supposed to liberate us. How did it become a waste of time we hope to avoid? And how do we fix it?

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Is Test Automation Alienating Your Business Testers?

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With numerous test automation tools and frameworks available today, many in the software testing industry are focused on learning them all. It is important to stay updated with new technology. But are testers losing something in the race to become more technical and equipped with automation skills?

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TestRail Tops the Winter 2021 G2 Grid Report for Test Management

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We are happy to announce that TestRail has again topped the rankings of test management software, according to the Winter 2021 G2 Grid for Test Management! TestRail received the “Best Results” award for the highest overall results rating in this category. TestRail also received the “Best Relationship”, “Best Usability”, “Most Implementable,” and “Users Love Us” awards, among others.

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Announcing TestRail 6.7 with Performance and Scalability Improvements

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We’re pleased to announce that TestRail 6.7 has been released to our hosted TestRail Cloud customers, with various changes and enhancements designed to improve performance and scalability for all TestRail cloud customers.

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10 Ways Unit Tests Go Right — and Wrong

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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 be helpful or go wrong.

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