Teach everyone on your team to write and manage concise bug reports that save you time and money. Part 2: Rescue of the drowning (or avoid being flooded by bug reports.)
Teach everyone on your team to write and manage concise bug reports that save you time and money. Death by a thousand bug reports - Part 1.
These days, in an ever increasing number of instances, we depend on software to facilitate everyday tasks. And, since fragility stands in direct proportion to complexity, the websites, programs and IoT devices we use may fail us for various reasons.
In this post, ObjectStyle's test engineer Oksana Koyro shares the story of how her software project went from having manual tests to test automation. We hope this information will be useful to anyone who is getting started with automated tests.
This article will be useful to managers who need to make a decision about whether it’s okay to have a test engineer working remotely. It’s also for those who have no experience working with remote test engineers and are trying to estimate effectiveness.
After reading this article, you will learn: Should you test your software product? What's the difference between Quality Assurance, QC and testing? Who is who in the testing world? (Job titles and corresponding duties). And, how to hire your first QA team.