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May 30, 2016

Some People Think Design Means How It Looks

By QS Admin / Software Design

We can’t stress enough the importance of the requirements capture phase and what you can do to make that step successful. In this article, we will discuss the design phase of a software development project. A software development project consists of the following phases: Requirements capture (Interviews and analysis) Design Programming Testing Beta software installation Customer beta testing and feedback Final changes Installation of final software Ongoing support Your consultant’s goal for the design phase is to develop a specification for a system that will meet your business needs and take into account time, resources, and cost. During this phase,...

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Mar 16

March 30, 2016

Agile Development

By QS Admin / Software Development

Agile development - Methodology provides opportunities to assess the direction of a project throughout the development lifecycle. This is achieved through regular cadences of work, known as sprints or iterations, at the end of which teams must present a potentially shippable product increment. Focusing on the repetition of abbreviated work - cycles as well as the functional product they yield, agile methodology is described as “iterative” and “incremental.” In waterfall, development teams only have one chance to get each aspect of a project right. In an agile paradigm, every aspect of development — requirements, design, etc. — is continually revisited...

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Feb 16

February 26, 2016

Manual Testing Vs Automation Testing

Automated tests - can run fast and frequently, which is cost-effective for software products with a long maintenance life. When testing - in an agile environment, the ability to quickly react to ever-changing software systems and requirements is necessary. New test cases are generated continuously and can be added to existing automation in parallel to the development of the software itself. Manual and Automated - testing environments test cases need to be modified for extended periods of time as the software project progresses. It is important to be aware that complete coverage of all tests using test automation is unrealistic....

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Jan 16

January 30, 2016

Good Software Testing Strategies

By QS Admin / Software Testing

Give early feedback - Test engineers should be included early in the development process providing feedback on feature scope, architecture, and sustainable development. Enable the larger team to run faster - Software test engineers should be responsible for the product's automated test framework by responding to the needs of the development team Inspire creativity - Development engineers don't always find the right test cases when building a feature. Software test engineers supplement the test process by adding in new ideas for test cases. Test engineers also bring new Testing practices to the organization. Test flexibly - Software test engineers focus...

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Jan 16

January 23, 2016

Why Test Automation?

Automated tests - can run fast and frequently, which is cost-effective for software products with a long maintenance life. When testing - in an agile environment, the ability to quickly react to ever-changing software systems and requirements is necessary. New test cases are generated continuously and can be added to existing automation in parallel to the development of the software itself. Manual and Automated - testing environments test cases need to be modified for extended periods of time as the software project progresses. It is important to be aware that complete coverage of all tests using test automation is unrealistic....

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