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How to maximise the effectiveness and efficiency of your software regression testing

What is regression testing? For the uninitiated, let’s start off with the meaning of regression testing. It is the testing following a deployment or release, be that bug fixes, new features, configuration changes, even content, to verify that the system continues to function as it should – and specifically those areas that were unchanged in ...

Your release testing process shouldn’t stop at launch – and here’s why

You wouldn’t serve a dish without tasting it, right? That’s because no matter how closely you follow the recipe, there’ll always be variables you can’t account for. Well, the same can be said for the release testing process. The in-house testing environment isn’t a real-world “kitchen” and your product manager’s palate probably differs from users. ...

By |April 12th, 2022|Categories: Crowd testing, Post-release testing, Website testing|

Globalisation and localisation testing – it’s not what you think

Think of globalisation and localisation testing and it's easy to imagine something like Google Translate. Of course, Google Translate is clever. But it doesn't quite capture the context behind languages and cultures and users are likely to end up feeling “lost in translation”. The difference is, globalisation and localisation testing leave no gaps for interpretation. ...

Alpha and Beta testing: everything you need to know

Un-beta-able - what’s better than alpha-beta testing? You’re probably familiar with Alpha Beta testing by now. After all, the terminology has been floating around since the 1950s - back when IBM started A and B testing their ideas. And although the computing giant isn’t necessarily the tech leader it once was, this type of ...

By |March 9th, 2022|Categories: Exploratory testing, Usability testing, Website testing|Tags: , |