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Automation, General, Programming, Software Quality

5 Strategies for Going Deep on Kubernetes Debugging

Kubernetes brings power and control to working with web-scale applications. But Kubernetes also obscures a lot of internal activity, which creates challenges for debugging. Learn 5 tools and techniques that allow developers and testers to go deep when debug...

Automation, General

AI in Testing: The Future is Here

People are talking about how AI is coming and how it will change everything around how we interact with and test software. They might be missing something important, like how AI is already impacting our lives and our work.

Automation, General, TestRail

Moving from Manual to Automated Tests

Many organizations want the benefits of automated testing. They believe that the “next step” in testing is to build automated versions of what they manually run. This seems logical, but is it going to give them the improvements they want or need...

Automation, General, Performance, Software Quality

The Value of Distributed Tracing in Performance Testing

Distributed tracing has the potential to take application monitoring and performance testing to new, unimagined levels. Seeing everything across the entire landscape of application activity, static and ephemeral, is a game-changer.Distributed tracing has th...

Automation, General, Software Quality

Four Questions to Ask When Planning Test Automation

Teams struggle in getting the most out of their test automation due to many hurdles along the way. Good planning can act as a solid foundation for your test automation project. To ensure you are following the right path, consider these four questions.Good p...

Automation, Business, General, Programming, Security, TestRail, Websites

Pursuing the Secure Cryptocurrency Wallet

Although you can test blockchain apps using non-live blockchains, eventually you have to assess how your app runs in a live environment. That means you have to use it, and pay for it, using real cryptocurrency. The security of your cryptoassets, even when t...

Automation, Software Quality

What Testers Should Be Automating

When someone asks what testers should be automating, my general answer is Very little. Expecting someone who is not a programmer to take on a new software development project is foolish. However, wanting to augment your career with a new skill set is a g...

Agile, Automation, Software Quality

The Basics of Breaking into Performance Testing

More and more testers want to add some performance testing capabilities to their repertoires. If you are fairly new to the concept and want to break into performance testing, start by actually thinking about product performance. If you have a passing intere...

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