A look at how traditional structures have been struck down for the better at some of the most successful tech companies, and how you can emulate them.
Good requirements lay the foundation of success for a software product. Good and definite requirements enable the project managers and the project team to meet the expectations of stakeholders.
Does your company develop software products that target audience from all parts of the globe? If the answer is yes, it means that you are targeting the users who belong to different geographical areas, different time zones, different cultures and different languages.
Software products undergo through numerous changes in their life cycle. When a change occurs in the product, regression testing becomes essential.
Our friends at Konsultbolag1 have created a model of acceptance testing they call “reality” acceptance testing, which can be readily used by many software development organisations that use agile management techniques.
We take a look at manual testing and benefits it brings for startups. We’ll discuss why you need to incorporate manual testing in your IT roadmap if you’re a startup, and how it can help you reach your goals.
In this article, we will focus on the testing metrics and discuss agile testing metrics in detail. Agile testing metrics are the benchmark for measuring the performance of the software testing process in your agile environment.