Smoke Testing Suite: What it is, Why You Need it, and How to Automate

June 12, 2017

Our simple guide to building an effective smoke testing suite for your application or website. Smoke tests are a critical yet easy to perform step in testing.

Why You Can’t Learn If Mistakes Aren’t Made

September 13, 2016

The saying “fail fast, fail often,” is by no means a new concept to agile teams, but what does it really mean? The idea that failing often is a good thing can be tricky for people to wrap their heads around. After all, we live in a culture that demonizes failure and attributes negativity to it.

Software Testing Trends We’ve Seen in 2016… So Far

August 30, 2016

The software testing industry is ever changing, which is why it’s crucial to keep one’s finger on the pulse. With half of 2016 already behind us, we thought it pertinent to stay up-to-date with the current software testing trends and share our discovery with the community.

Basics of Web Application Security Testing

August 23, 2016

We use web applications every day. Whether it’s to shop online, pay bills, communicate with others or play games, they truly encompass what it means to be a part of the digital world. While apps are a great way to bring people together through shared interests, they also have their flaws and can leave users open to security threats.

Five Mobile App Testing Challenges That Exist

August 16, 2016

The long-awaited day has finally arrived… your mobile app has launched. Congratulations are most definitely in order. However, before you start popping those champagne corks, be aware of the new challenges that await you now that your mobile app is officially on the market.

Here’s Some Feedback: The Feedback Loop Matters in Software Development!

August 11, 2016

To put it bluntly, the shorter the feedback loop, the better. No ifs, ands or buts about it. And yet, for some reason, long feedback loops continue to exist. Why we do this to ourselves is still hard to fathom, but here we are. Let’s take a look at a snapshot of what you can expect with long feedback loops.