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Functional vs. Performance Testing If you’ve been in the QA space a while, you probably understand the need to run different kinds of tests on your application. One type of testing is functional testing, where testers will focus on testing how pieces of code work together in the application. Many products and frameworks exist to accomplish this, since the primary goal of an application is to work for its users. If an application does not...

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Identifying the requirements needed for a software product or piece of code is never easy. Business analysts, testers and developers must interpret and understand the customer’s needs and expectations and must then phrase them inside a clear sequence of instructions, inserting them into the design and test cycles. They then face the added challenge of ensuring that those requirements remain comprehensible to everyone involved. And once that is established, a further challenge awaits: “how to do...

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Recently I watched a very interesting documentary about what it takes to keep an airport operational; from making meals, cleaning the aircraft, fueling the aircraft to moving millions of passengers every year with safety and comfort. It is quite remarkable how many tasks are occurring behind-the-scenes that, as a passenger, we never even think about. For example, nearly every major airport has miles of fuel lines buried below the terminals and tarmacs pumping millions of gallons of...

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What it Really Means to ‘Shift Left’ Much of the new wisdom surrounding the improvement of software testing scenarios focuses on the idea of Shift-Left, in which the work of testing code is shifted back toward the earliest phases of the software development lifecycle (SDLC), and starts at check-in. But with velocity and speed of the modern app economy, this concept of ‘extreme shift left’ testing is coming of age. This is quite a departure...