How to Deal with the Challenges of Cross-Browser Testing

Cross-browser testing is poorly understood by too many developers, testers, and managers. If you’re a QA manager, it’s understandable if you have the urge to emit a primal scream at the mere mention of it. Also known as browser compatibility testing, this type of testing can be quite frustrating for your developers, a monotonous tedium … Continued

A QA Perspective on Measuring and Managing Technical Debt

Here’s a typical scenario in many development teams all around the world: The sprint is nearing completion, and the profile on that burndown chart remains at the same crazy angle. As it was in the last sprint, and the sprint before that. Same as it ever was. (Is that Talking Heads song stuck in your … Continued

The Importance of Planning your Tests

In many companies, especially smaller start-ups, testing is often an afterthought, with CEOs and managers sometimes viewing it as wasting valuable resources. But as we all know, without proper testing you risk releasing buggy software that damages your reputation and loses you customers. However, there is no doubt that testing can consume a lot of … Continued

Part 2: AI’s impact on Business | Visual Intelligence

In the first part of this blog, we explored what AI is, looked at some history and some of the applications of AI in business. I left you with the thought that the application of AI to vision is one of the big areas for growth. This blog will explore this in more detail and … Continued

Impact of AI on business

Since the phrase was coined in the 1950s, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has often been associated with dystopian Sci-Fi films (think HAL in 2001, a Space Odyssey or Skynet in the Terminator series). For years, AI remained largely in the realms of Science Fiction. However, in recent years, huge advances in computing power have combined with … Continued