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How to ensure that a Risk-based Testing strategy is implemented correctly?

Vladimir Simonovski

What is Risk-based Testing? As the name suggests, Risk-based Testing is a form of software testing that is based on risks. Since the risk is a potentially negative outcome of a functionality, Risk-based Testing covers the one with a higher chance of failure. Risk-based Testing must be defined at the earliest stages possible when customer requirements are defined in order to reduce the potential number of errors in the later stages of development and to guide further planning, implementation, and…

How to easily locate elements using Selenium?

Vladimir Simonovski

Automation is getting more and more required in organizations today simply because it saves QA engineers a lot of time to do regressions and allows fast feedback about the quality of the code and the product. Almost every company today has some form of software automation. Whether it is on the API or UI level, automation testing is getting more and more popular and automation engineers are in high demand. In this blog post, we will focus on UI automation…

JIRA: A Guide For Successful Test Case Management

Vladimir Simonovski

Delivering a quality software product can be very challenging, especially when it comes to large scale projects that require a great level of measurement. We need to have a stable testing process with a good set of test cases and great tool support. Unfortunately, many organizations lack the tools to manage their test cases. Today we’re going to take a look at the software tool called JIRA. Although it is not intended to work as a test case management tool,…

Top 5 test management tools

Vladimir Simonovski

If you want to improve the way you test software, it makes sense to rely on the best test management tools. These can help you improve the way you work, and you can adapt and adjust everything so you can obtain the utmost value and results. Ideally you want to work with test management tools that are dependable, reliable, easy to adapt to your needs, and fully customizable. Zephyr This is one of the top test management tools especially if…

The shift-left testing approach in software testing

Vladimir Simonovski

Every software company in today’s market is focused on becoming a leader in terms of how software solutions are provided to its customers. The main goal is to deliver a quality product. In order to test the quality of the product we need to follow some testing approaches like shift-left testing to implement them into our development lifecycle. In the past we had an approach called the Waterfall Model. As you can see from the example, this SDLC approach is…