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Timothy Joseph

Timothy Joseph
Timothy Joseph is an experienced QA manager. He balances cloud technologies with on-premises processes, automated testing with manual, and the demands of a release cycle with end-users' needs. Timothy writes regularly about his perspective on QA and lessons learned on the job.

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ETL Testing: What Is It and How To Do It Right

This is the third blog in the four part series dealing with Business Intelligence Testing.

Before we begin talking about what ETL testing is, let’s recap the concepts of business intelligence and data warehouse testing (DW test).

Business intelligence is a process wherein business data is collected and turned into useful information for an organization. This data consists of records of a company’s daily transactions, such as its customer interactions, employee management, and finance administration.

How To Build an End-to-End Data Warehouse Testing Strategy

Data is perhaps the best resource that has guided business decisions ever since commerce was invented. Today, we now have capabilities that allow us to store, analyze, and derive actionable insights from business information. It has allowed companies to adapt their business plans to meet changing consumer needs and even predict future trends.

4 Easy Ways to Perform BI Testing

Testing is a standard practice in the world of software development and maintenance. It provides huge benefits for the entire development process that allows teams to communicate better, improve their project completion rates, and enhance user experience.

A Guide To Data Migration Testing

Data migration is the process of transferring data from one application to another, and can take place due to the following reasons:

  • An application upgrade
  • A new platform of the same domain is introduced
  • Your organization wants to move from one application to another

A Complete Guide To Monkey Testing

Monkey testing in software testing is an approach wherein the tester applies random inputs to the application to verify its capabilities. This is a functional black-box testing method that is done when there is insufficient time to write and execute tests.

Also called stochastic testing, monkey testing can be done for mobile, web, and desktop applications. It is often implemented as random and automated unit tests, which makes it advantageous, as it can quickly estimate software reliability.

A Deep Dive into Customer Success at QASource

Have you ever wondered what your customers really think about your services? Have you questioned the value you're providing or the quality of your services? If you have, you’re not alone, and coming to a real answer for these questions or concerns can be difficult without asking some tough questions to your customers.

At QASource we tackle these questions head on through an annual Net Promoter Score (NPS) survey, where we ask all of our customers to answer five relatively simple questions that have a transformative impact on how we approach customer success strategies and tactics. The questions in our annual survey include:

Why Is API Testing So Important to Healthcare App Development?

Over the past few years, a growing number of healthcare providers have started using websites and mobile applications to collaborate efficiently with partners and patient support services and communicate more effectively with patients in a timely manner. APIs allow healthcare companies to do all this.

Evaluate API Integration Testing Services for Your Needs

API Testing | By Timothy Joseph | July 13, 2021

API integration testing is the future. The digital world is really just an expanse of application interactions and communication. If your product cannot participate correctly and efficiently in the worldwide give and take of automated endpoint dialogue, it will break. Let’s do a deep dive to understand the basics of API integration.

Are There Any Disadvantages of Automation Testing in Quality Assurance?

Automation Testing | By Timothy Joseph | July 6, 2021

In quality assurance, automation testing is one of the quickest and the most effective methods for checking the efficacy of software or an application. However, like most processes, be it a company’s business model, or the software development practices, automation testing has its own set of limitations.

Pros and Cons of Offshore Agile Testing for Financial Service Software

The financial services sector is constantly evolving. Increasing investor scrutiny, changing market trends and constant technological developments have made it imperative for financial institutions to harness the latest technology to provide quality customer service.

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