Author: Shilpi Singh
7 Signs that You should Consider Investing More in TestingQA Optimization
A frequent question that is raised in the software technology world is “How do I know if I have tested enough?” In this technological era,...
Online Shopping: Taking a Load off your BackRetail
During the holiday season, shoppers flock to online websites to perform their holiday shopping. What a lot of websites don't realize is that they must perform adequate testing in order to insure that the site can handle the larger traffic generation.
The Most Common Website BugsLoad & Performance
Websites and online usage are becoming the predominant form of interaction in our society in essentially all aspects, from social media to news to e-commerce....
Are Bugs Killing Social Networking?App & Web Cyber Security
When Facebook went down for 2.5 hours in June 2014, many instances were recorded where users immediately rushed over to Twitter. Chris Brogan, a social...
Achieving HIPAA ComplianceCompliance
Becoming HIPAA-compliant has become required for healthcare businesses and those businesses that use personal patient health information (PHI). QualiTest's HIPAA Infograph discusses HIPAA compliance and the steps for achieving this goal.
How to Manage Traceability in Exploratory TestingQA Optimization
Exploratory Testing is software testing approach that simultaneously incorporates learning, test design and test execution. While the software is being tested, the tester generates new...
Think like a Leader, Become a LeaderQA Optimization
Jack from Qualitest UK discusses the amazing time and the thought-provoking lessons he learned at EuroStar in this week's blog.
6 Reasons that Developers fail as Software TestersQA Optimization
Software testing is more than just a job to some; it’s a lifestyle. However, a question that seems to be asked frequently is, “Why can’t...
Communication: The Ultimate Software Testing ToolQA Optimization
A lot of pros in the industry spend a good chunk of time talking about software testing tools; when they do, typically they mean programs...