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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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What You Need to Know About Automation Testing Tools

automation testing | By Timothy Joseph | March 5, 2019

Automated quality assurance (QA) testing is a rigorous, thorough process that can help spot defects better than manual testing alone. Automated tools offer higher-quality testing, can expand your QA coverage, and can help you release software faster. If you have released software only to have customers report many bugs, consider automated QA testing. It can make your future releases better by ensuring software runs correctly, efficiently, and effectively before release.

The Advantages of Outsourcing Quality Assurance in Healthcare Application Software

Healthcare Software Testing | By Timothy Joseph | February 28, 2019

If you develop software for the healthcare industry, you know nothing means more to your clients than healing patients. Your clients’ work is meaningful, and building software that helps them deliver better healthcare outcomes is important work.

What if you could deliver software that lets users serve more patients, faster?

What are the Limitations of Automation Testing in Cybersecurity Services?

Cybersecurity | By Timothy Joseph | February 26, 2019

Every vulnerability in your product offers a cyberattacker an opportunity.

Each aspect of your cybersecurity services—from perimeter security to the flow of network traffic to your incident response mechanism—must all undergo rigorous QA testing before ever going live.

When to Use Manual and Automation Testing: A Quick Guide

automation testing | By Timothy Joseph | February 21, 2019

The existence of both manual and automation testing gives the illusion of choice.

Technically, you can view them as interchangeable, that one is the faster version of the other. Once you understand how each QA testing approach operates, its strengths and weaknesses, you find there is no choice. Instead, the idea is to know when to apply them, not if you should choose one over the other.

3 Ways Automated Software Testing Will Help Your Product

Software development is a challenge that can be thrilling and frustrating at the same time. Sometimes it feels like a series of barriers stand between you and your product’s release. While finding errors in your software can feel demoralizing, it is really a good thing. If you can find bugs and errors before your product is released to the public, you can fix them. If your software is full of errors when it is released, the public may think you have released it prematurely. And all the patches in the world cannot help a company fix a bad reputation.

Pros and Cons of Offshore Agile Testing for Financial Services Software

Agile Testing, Software Testing | By Timothy Joseph | February 12, 2019

Software development. Few projects can be so tricky and yet so rewarding. While writing code is known for presenting baffling challenges, your job can be even more complex if the software you are making is for the financial services industry. Your finished software must meet the financial industry’s specific demands, such as accommodating greater regulatory scrutiny, transparency, and reporting and risk management.

Test Cases in Software Testing: 3 Examples to Show Your Engineers

Software Testing | By Timothy Joseph | February 7, 2019

Within an effective QA software testing process, your test cases should speak to you. They provide answers and should be unambiguous.

Test cases help shape your product’s features and give meaningful direction to the product’s functionality. They help integrate application features to ensure they work as designed. With so much riding on the results, it is critical to the ROI of your product that your test cases are written well.

Which Types of Software Testing Will Your Product Need?

Software Testing | By Timothy Joseph | February 5, 2019

There is no one-size-fits-all type of software testing that will solve your QA challenges with a single implementation. 

Most products will require three to five different types of software testing to reach the highest standards. Thankfully, the overall process is not a tangled mess of test cases. Rather, with the right approach, each type of software testing fits together in both chronological order and as part of a full test cycle: Each is necessary. Each complements the other. And each has a place within your QA process.

Automation Framework Design: Questions To Ask Your QA Tester

Test Automation, qa testing | By Timothy Joseph | January 31, 2019

It’s a simple equation: Better automation leads to a higher-quality product and faster releases. However, achieving better automation requires careful consideration. It requires an understanding of the full scope of your product, and a detailed search for the right outsourced QA tester: Your partner on the road ahead.

Quality Control for Financial Services Software: Offshore It

Offshore QA | By Timothy Joseph | January 29, 2019

Supplying financial services software is about providing customers with peace of mind. In an online world of rapid change and perceived danger, your product can deliver a constant, reassuring presence that gives people a feeling of control and confidence.

To achieve that kind of reliability, accuracy, and security you need to turn your QA process over to an expert team that understands the financial domain. This means adopting the advantages of outsourcing offshore.

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Our bloggers are the test management experts at QASource. They are executives, QA managers, team leads, and testing practitioners. Their combined experience exceeds 100 years and they know how to optimize QA efforts in a variety of industries, domains, tools, and technologies.

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