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.
Happy test cases by developers lead to damaged brand
In my first internships as a tester in an internal startup, I was sitting within 10 m to the development and the business. This was a brilliant opportunity for me to learn how differently they think and operate. One of the most exciting observation was to witness a business requirement being translated into a code, and very seldom, if ever the code was an exact implementation of the business requirement.
As the world changes and becomes more and more digital, companies need to keep up with the development. New ideas as well as ability to create social and economic value from those ideas is becoming increasingly important. On the technology field new innovations emerge almost every day. How you define a game-changing technology and what do you need to achieve to make something truly game-changing?
Salesforce’s app store AppExchange offers customers third-party applications that work on the Salesforce.com-platform. Users can easily download and purchase apps, components and consulting services directly connected to Salesforce. From the thousands of AppExchange apps, you can quickly find extensions and add-ons you need as part of the company’s personalized Salesforce ecosystem.
At a time when face-to-face communication has to be avoided, working remotely is a top priority. A Finn on an average day performs tasks that can run an estimated 10 million lines of code. When it comes to large companies with massive software packages, we are talking about unimaginable amounts of code.