Month: June 2022

10 Testing Issues That Concern Me Often

“Requirements are NOT Clear”. Yes, we need better-drafted requirements! But, at the same time, we need to stop expecting stakeholders to write down all tacit knowledge (understanding) as an explicit requirement. Requirements & Desirements are both important ūüôā¬† “We don’t have enough time for Testing” Yes, we need to stop taking time away from testing. …

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Good Tester Developer Relationship

This was the topic of discussion for the Automation Advocates Virtual Coffee Meetup # 1. We all shared our views on the importance of a good tester developer relationship and the tips, traps, and possibilities on this topic. Key points were added by: Anindita Rath¬†Gaurav Khurana¬†Apoorva Tiwari¬†Mahathee Dandibhotla¬†Fenil Vaswani¬†Ankita Basu¬†Jonas Menesklou¬†Martin Taubert¬†Dhanashree Awadhani Some of …

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As a Tester, What can I showcase except Bugs, Tests, and Bug Reports?

This question came from an interesting discussion that I had done in the Automation Advocates Virtual Coffee Meetup # 1. The topic for the meetup was a good tester developer relationship. We all shared our views on the importance of a good tester developer relationship and the tips, traps, and possibilities on this topic. There …

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Should organizers share bug reports or implement a live open bug database in Testing Contests?

NOTE: This blog post is a summary of some asynchronous discussions between Saket Agrawal, Fenil Vaswani, and Rahul Parwal on this topic. This topic is a constant topic of discussion after every testing hackathon. Each stakeholder of a hackathon has different views, opinions, and expectations from a testing hackathon. Moreover, it is almost impossible to …

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