After 4 weeks of serious quotes, here is something humorous. Enjoy! Continue reading Quote#5
Same goes for a good tester! It is very important to consider and try out all possibilities before actually considering something tested. There are cases when some certain cases are not supposed to affect a feature but at the back, it somehow triggers something and the effect of that end up affecting the feature it was never supposed to influence. Continue reading Quote#4
A reality check for those who consider software testing an easy job! There are a large number of unknown factors and variables involved. Sometimes the requirements are not well-defined or sometimes the system ends up behaving unexpectedly. Then there is the difference of environments, platforms, devices and network capacities on which the software system might be used and different types of users who would be using … Continue reading Quote#3
Prisma through the eyes of a QA Engineer. It’s not boring, I promise! After Pokémon Go, the whole world seems to be obsessed with Prisma these days. So why is it that suddenly everyone is after a mere photo-filtering app? As it turns out, it is not “just another” photo-filtering app. It uses artificial intelligence and neural networks to create digital artwork pieces out of … Continue reading Prisma: All that prismatic rage!
More like adopt Agile practices! I love this about Agile. There is less time wasted on documenting bugs and problems than actually fixing it. Share your favorite quotes with me in comments and I might add them in the next post(s). Continue reading Quote#2
I have decided to start a testing quote series named “Hear Me Quote” on this blog. I will be sharing interesting quotes (may be jokes, metaphors etc. too) about software testing and quality assurance under the said category. There would be a new quote every Friday so there is that to look forward to 😀 Share your favorite quotes with me in comments and I … Continue reading Quote#1
I am a huge fan of lists. It might sound boring or cliched but you know what, this is that one thing that was there all along but you never realized how it can absolutely change your life. No exaggeration. Lists make you organized We all know how we think we would be leading better, more productive lives if only we could get a little … Continue reading How lists can make you better at work and life
Guest post from Prashant Hedge A mindmap is a diagram used to visually organize information. It can be called as a visual thinking tool. A Mindmap allows complex information to be presented in a simplified visual form. A mind map is created around a single concept. The concept is represented as an image in the center to which the associated ideas are added. Major ideas … Continue reading MINDMAP: A KILLER WAY TO INCREASE YOUR TEST COVERAGE.
Red Buffer, the company I work at, recently revamped their website. The website hadn’t been updated for quite a while and it was also in need of a new(read:better) design, so we decided to give it a new look altogether. It was one of those internal projects which are always planned but are somehow never fully executed. This time, we decided to work on it … Continue reading Tale of a quick test
Recently, I was asked by our lead developer to look into security testing so that we can get a general idea about how secure the systems we develop really are. The idea was to first look into security testing in general, and then find a tool to scan a web application under development. I came across multiple tools. I would like to put them all … Continue reading Security Testing – OWASP ZAP: A review