Introduction: What is Behavior-Driven Development? When creating software, particularly new products, a diverse set of individuals is involved, including business and product owners, developers, testers, and QA engineers. Often, these stakeholders perceive the end result differently. Managers and marketers focus on business objectives and user satisfaction, developers work within technical
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“Five whys” is known as a simple way to get to the root cause of a problem — but the simple methodology is better suited to simple problems rather than complex ones. Quality Assurance requires analyzing incidents and taking measures to prevent them in the future, and that analysis often requires
Leaving software testing until the last minute can slow down your development process and introduce costly rework. Learn how to use more proactive testing strategies.
According to the CPSQ report, poor software quality resulted in a $2.41 trillion cost to the U.S. economy in 2022. Engineering and management science have held the keys to improvement for several decades now. Here are some strategic tips for enhancing your testing methodology. 1. Test as early
Quality assurance process consists of many stages: creating a test plan, writing test scenarios, automation, etc. However, the requirements stage is fundamental, and the quality of the product depends more on the thorough and deep elaboration of the task at the initial stage of its development. Why is it important
Introduction An API (Application Programming Interface) is a set of protocols, routines, and tools for building software and applications. It acts as an intermediary between different software systems, allowing them to communicate and exchange data with each other. API defines the way software components should interact. APIs are important because