QASource Blog

4 Common QA Pain Points and Their Solutions

In last week's blog post, we familiarized you with ten symptoms of ineffective and inefficient QA. Most of the issues stem from four common QA pain points within the testing process: communication, documentation, project management, and user requirements. Left unresolved, these issues can fester and become systemic in your test approach. Fortunately, there are direct remedies for most of them. 

0

10 Signs That Your QA is Failing

In a broad sense, successful QA helps verify that the features and functionality of your software product meet business objectives. It also ensures that your code is mostly free of bugs prior to the shipment of your product or the release of new versions. Moving forward with unsuccessful QA is a huge risk, as it can directly impact business and your product's reputation.

0

QASource Highlights: September 2015

The past few months have been huge for QASource! A new blog installment, "QASource Highlights", will acknowledge industry achievements and inform our readers about relevant media coverage. In this inaugural post, we are proud to share three exciting features from EFYTimes, TEST Magazine and CIO Review.

0

QASource's Advanced Technology Group Monthly Update: September 2015

Each month, our Advanced Technology group evaluates the latest QA testing tools and we help pass on their findings to you. In this month's update, we provide a brief overview of new tools, including TestingWhiz, Gatling, and LDTP, along with some key QA industry updates. Look for our update each month to stay in the loop with technology standards and help boost your team's productivity!

0

Top 3 Questions About Functional Testing

Whether you're pursuing onsite or offshore QA, functional testing is an essential component of any test suite. It shows how effectively an application or system performs as a whole. Functional testing ensures that the customer's requirements will be met upon delivery, so the inputs are typically the specific business requirements.

1

QASource's Quarterly Perfcast: July, August, September 2015

We are proud to introduce QASource Perfcast! This new QALounge feature provides a brief overview of the latest performance testing tools to ensure that your application runs without hiccups. In addition to detailing new tools and feature updates for existing ones, Perfcast will offer tips for how to improve performance of your application.

0

The Vital Role of Security Testing in Healthcare Applications

Most healthcare enterprise applications are loaded with critical data related to patients and the various organizations they serve. This can include health records, payment information, account details, and identity details. Due to the incredible sensitivity of this data, thorough security testing is a necessity for healthcare applications.

0

QASource's Advanced Technology Group Monthly Update: August 2015

Each month, our Advanced Technology group evaluates the latest QA testing tools and we help pass on their findings to you. This month, we give you a few helpful tips on creating test data along with overviews of Protractor and JNA. These updates will help boost your team's efficiency and overall productivity while keeping you in the loop with the latest industry tech standards.

0

QASource's Quarterly Shieldcast: July, August and September 2015

We are proud to introduce QASource Shieldcast! This new QALounge feature provides a brief overview of the latest security testing tools to ensure that you are protected against overlooked vulnerabilities in your application and deliberate attacks on your system. In addition to detailing new tools and feature updates for existing ones, Shieldcast will offer tips for how to safeguard your team, their desktops, and your application.

0

9 Key Benefits of Test Automation in Healthcare Applications

 Healthcare applications must process a huge number of transactions and a massive amount of patient data each day. To ensure that this data is handled appropriately over time, it is integral to test the application with data sets of varying complexity. To save time and resources test automation should be implemented where possible.

0
... 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ... Next

Written by QA Experts

QASource Blog, for executives and engineers, shares QA strategies, methodologies, and new ideas to inform and help effectively deliver quality products, websites, and applications.

Authors

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.

Popular Posts