The Early Bird and Second Mouse — a QA Story

4/19/18 / by Russ Lott posted in App testing, QA testing, User Experience, Functional testing, Performance testing, User experience testing, QA

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This week, I'm making what many consider a life-altering, religious change. I’m switching from Android to an iPhone.

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The Journey to True Test Automation is Shorter Than You Think

3/13/18 / by JB Brockman posted in DevOps, Digital Experience, Real User Experience, Software testing tools, test execution, User experience testing, artificial intelligence, user journey, analytics, continuous delivery, test automation strategy

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Everything about software has changed—how it’s architected, developed and produced, what it does, what users want from it, and how often they expect new features. To keep up, organisations are turning to continuous delivery and DevOps. Yet product teams still do a lot of manual testing, which consumes a lot of time they don’t have, thanks to shrinking test windows. Incorporating automation into your testing approach is a great strategy, but figuring out where and how to start isn’t necessarily quick and easy.

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A Modern Testing Perspective, Plus Cool New Features in iOS Gateway 5.0

2/21/18 / by David Vernon posted in UX, software testing, User experience testing, UX testing, testing strategy, API testing, iOS Gateway, continuous delivery, Eggplant solutions

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This blog is only partially about our newest iOS Gateway 5.0 release with device and simulator support for Touch ID and Face ID (which is super cool, but more about that later). It’s also a blog about how testing has changed — a lot — in a short amount of time.

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20 Smart Technology Predictions for 2018

1/3/18 / by JB Brockman posted in IoT Testing, Real User Experience, User Experience, User experience testing, IOT, artificial intelligence

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A new outlook, optimism, and wonder. For me, the start of the new year is always exciting and prompts a lot of questions about how our space and our solutions will evolve over the next 12 months.

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Like Selenium? Now You Can Use It With Eggplant Functional.

1/3/18 / by Pamela Gillaspie posted in User Experience, Functional testing, User experience testing, Selenium WebDriver, Selenium

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Selenium is a popular open source test automation tool for lots of reasons. You can get started with it quickly. It’s widely used, so knowing it can be a marketable skill. And, because it’s not that easy to use right out of the box, testers who become well-versed in Selenium can advance into lucrative framework development.

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Can You Handle the Load?

11/22/17 / by Antony Edwards posted in cross-platform, Load testing, User Experience, Performance testing, User experience testing

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In the past few weeks, I’ve been getting daily emails about early access to retailers’ Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Which got me thinking about two things: one, I hope retailers are prepared for the even earlier onslaught of online traffic, and two, the high stakes for site performance on the two busiest shopping days of the year.

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Top Three Takeaways for Test Architects From Gartner Symposium 2017

11/14/17 / by Antony Edwards posted in software testing, User experience testing, security, artificial intelligence, test architect

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The annual Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Barcelona, Spain, is a great pulse check for what's on the minds of CIOs in large companies (like banks, utilities, telcos, governments). It's not necessarily the place to see the absolute latest technology, but it is the place to see what organizational problems CIOs are trying to solve with technology, and what companies are rolling out next year.

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Use AI to Power Your Testing and Delight Customers

9/18/17 / by Antony Edwards posted in App testing, Application testing, Automation testing, Digital Experience, IoT Testing, Real User Experience, User Experience, Automated testing tools, Functional testing, User experience testing, UX testing, AI

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A new study of 600 testers reports that 91 percent of test teams are struggling to meet increased user expectations compared to 12 months ago, and 66 percent said that test automation needs to expand beyond just test execution to keep up with business demands. The new study, conducted by Kickstand across the U.S. and U.K. on behalf of Testplant, generally identified that app dev teams are feeling the pressure to innovate and deliver high-quality user experiences quickly.

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UX testing and the PARM principle: STAREAST boasted QA fun

5/9/16 / by Elizabeth Simons posted in GUI testing, STAREAST, Test automation, TestPlant Events, UE, UE testing, UI testing, User Experience, UX, exploratory testing, Functional testing, software testing, User experience testing, UX testing

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If you’re looking for fun testing, STAREAST is the place to find it. With an overarching theme of user-experience testing, the undertone of this show was definitely a fun one. Not to mention that it’s set in Orlando, FL., where you can find Disney World, Sea World, Epcot, and more.

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