Humane work must meet the needs of people, contribute to the development of their potentials and promote their competencies.
Almost all software executives I speak with are struggling with speed. Everyone feels the pressure to deliver more value in a shorter time and faster cycle.
One big topic at least in our company has been the discussion on how cloud based test automation affects your business and how it can drive transformation, and performance in your company.
Is your current deployment frequency choked by your testing speed? Is regression testing driving you to boreout? Do you think test automation is a tough cookie to crack? Have you wondered on how to best leverage robots and humans in software testing? Are you benefitting from the speed of robots and ingenuity of humans? Are you utilizing your manual testers’ capabilities well? If you are a tester, a developer, a test manager or a product manager you probably deal with these questions in your everyday life.
Software is growing more and more ubiquitous with our daily living with each passing year. We grow more dependent on software for our daily interactions, from connecting with friends to handling banking.
What is the future of QA and how we can optimize the QA process to make it easier for ourselves to guarantee software that behaves in ways we want. Here are the five steps from only testing the system to understanding the usage of the software from human written tests towards measuring business KPIs and using these to evaluate the quality of the system.