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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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DevOps Trends To Look Out for in 2022

The speed of development services needs to evolve rapidly to keep up with rapid digital transformation. DevOps provides a solution to this situation.

DevOps is a set of strategies and tools designed to help an organization deliver solutions and services more quickly than conventional software development methods. The primary goal of DevOps is to reduce the time it takes for an organization to release an application. DevOps supports shorter, more consistent iterations by allowing organizations to foster improved collaboration among Development andOperations teams, and other stakeholders.

How to Ensure QA for Smart Contracts in Decentralized Applications

Smart contracts are being adopted at an increasing rate. They have the potential to change everything from how we use money to how we vote and even do business transactions. Smart contract platforms like Ethereum allow developers to create applications that can become self-enforcing agreements between two or more parties. This means that once a smart contract is created, it will execute automatically when all of the conditions within the contract are met without any need for human intervention.

Blockchain Testing: What Exactly Can You Test?

The innovation we know as blockchain is one of the most significant inventions in the 21st century. Its technology has become so popular that it has generated a domino effect that has affected many sectors such as healthcare and manufacturing.

OWASP Top10: All You Need To Know About Web Application Security Risks

OWASP Top 10, OWASP, Web Security | By Timothy Joseph | October 19, 2021

Since we are living in a world where technology plays a huge role in our daily lives, we often depend on it when it comes to our social and business lives. Social media platforms help you to become more updated about current events, and you use various applications to manage your business and execute your work.

Execute Your Automated Test Suite Like the Pros

Every single delay in launching your product hurts your brand image, and drastically reduces your potential customer base. Being late, by a day, hour or minute means that someone else gets the first chance to impress your potential customers with a solution to their problem. You may have a better product, but if the first application a customer tries is “good enough,” you may never get the chance to prove you can do things better.

Everything You Need To Know About the Benefits of Hyperautomation

Automation wasn’t well-received when it was first introduced among the different industry verticals. Most companies were hesitant in employing this new technology simply because they feared what they didn't fully understand.

5 Ways to Achieve Insprint Test Automation

In modern software development, testers work in compressed cycles, and automate regression tests to save costs, time and effort. Insprint test automation provides an ideal development scenario, wherein, the entire process from creation to implementation and performance reporting of a software product happens in one sprint.

A Complete Guide to Smoke Testing in Software QA

The phrase “smoke test” was lifted from the construction industry. During this test, water pipelines would be filled with smoke to see if there were any leaks and other underlying issues.

In the tech industry, smoke tests were first used for hardware testing. In this test, hardware boards were tested to see whether they would smoke once they were plugged in and turned on. If they did emit smoke, they would fail the tests and were immediately unplugged. If they didn’t, they’d move on to the next round of testing.

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.

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