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We recently dealt with a particular application where the ability to upload various-sized images was considered mission-critical. We were not given response time goals. The only requirement here was the maximum allowable size of the image would be 3 MB. Immediately, my "spidy-senses" began to tingle at the thought of the potential performance implications involved with this amount of throughput. Continue reading
Today, we're going to discuss regression testing, which is a topic that is so common that people feel as though there's not much more they can learn about it and, yet, it's interesting because when it comes to strategic test planning, it's an area that I find a lot of organizations have challenges with. Hopefully you'll learn a few tidbits in this blog. Continue reading
In my career, I have had the excellent fortune of providing consulting and expertise to well over 260 organizations. One of the most common questions I get asked is if there was any one particular thing an organization can do to improve their software testing and quality assurance practices. I would have to say there probably is one specific thing, and it's relatively easy, but it's something that it seems as though a lot of managers and leadership tend to have a real challenge implementing, because they want to see people banging on the keys when it comes to software testing. They want to see us actually touching the product. Continue reading
Welcome to the second episode of the Software Testing Happy Hour! This episode we sample local Tampa brewery, Coppertail, while discussing the top four frustrations of software engineers, our favorite presentations from the 2018 Automation Guild and discuss the automation solution, Ranorex. Continue reading
Welcome to the very first episode of the Software Testing Happy Hour! In this series, we will discuss current trends and news in the software testing industry, recent or upcoming releases, recommendations and more, all while sampling themed beer. Continue reading
It seems like these days you can't go a single day without hearing something about the DevOps movement. Like most things in tech though, people like to create new words or phrases for everything, which makes understanding things like DevOps more difficult than it needs to be. Continue reading
With DevOps, failure isn't always a negative thing, it's a learning experience. High performing teams assume things are going to hit the fan here and there, so they build for fast detection and rapid recovery. That's the key to this and where Continuous Improvement comes in. Continue reading