StickyMinds Archives - TestQuality
Most Common QA Myths

Most Common QA Myths

One of my mentors, whom I admire, once told me, “Quality is not only QA’s responsibility; everyone- from development engineers to technical architects, to product managers need to share the responsibilities. In a QA role, if you want to be successful, you...
The Art of Exploratory Testing

The Art of Exploratory Testing

Some people assume that exploratory testing is a task with low-effort thinking, where the tester simply goes through the application and sees what comes up. While we shouldn’t discount doing just that, because sometimes it does reveal some interesting bugs,...
Wish-List Ideas for Software Testing Research

Wish-List Ideas for Software Testing Research

There are many established ideas for ways to test software, but the industry is changing every day, and there’s plenty of room for growth of new ideas—or challenges to traditional ones. Here are three ideas for “wish-list” research to conduct in...
A Primer on Continuous Testing

A Primer on Continuous Testing

Continuous testing shortens feedback loops through automated testing that occurs throughout the development lifecycle—hence “continuous.” Testing and QA become the responsibility of everyone working on the software, not just testers. Let’s look at...
Testing as a Craft: A Conversation with Greg Paskal

Testing as a Craft: A Conversation with Greg Paskal

Greg Paskal, Evangelist in Testing Sciences and lead author for RealWorldTestAutomation.com, chats with TechWell community manager Owen Gotimer about testing as a craft, choosing the right test automation tools, and current testing trends around the world.  Original...