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Automated Testing Strategy: How to Build & Examples
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Automation is a crucial part of all modern development processes. Be it Waterfall, Agile, or any other methodology used, they all play a part in continuous development, integration, testing, and more. For developers, this means 10, 20, 50 releases per year. Pushing out so many updates and builds with no automation would be a pain…
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What is a Regression Test? Definition & Examples
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During website or application maintenance, developers are often forced to change their code or add new features. Unfortunately, after code modifications, software does not always work as it did before – system collapses and crashes are a challenge to watch out for. Moreover, one code change can slow down the performance of the entire project…
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Automated GUI Testing: How to Get it Right
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The user interface is crucial when it comes to creating a reliable website or application. In order to ensure all the elements of the front-end work as expected and are displayed equally well for users across all devices and browsers, development teams conduct GUI (graphical user interface) testing sprints. There are dozens of factors to…
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Russia quality report 2017-2018


Performance Lab is proud to introduce the first market research on enterprise application quality and testing trends in Russian Federation – Russia Quality Report 2017-2018.

Testing is our business, so over the course of Performance Lab’s seven years of existence we have had the opportunity to watch how the market’s attitude toward software testing has changed.

In certain industries this change has been rather swift, especially in industries such as e-commerce and banking, where businesses couldn’t exist without information technology. The change has been slower elsewhere, for example, in manufacturing and government organizations. However, we’ve noted a definite trend almost everywhere, and I hope that now we will all be able to follow it together through similar comprehensive research, which we plan to repeat from time to time.

We’ve tried to perform an in-depth analysis of software testing in organizations, while taking into consideration both the organizational element, e.g. the structure of the budget for testing, as well as the technological element, e.g. the types of testing, tools, infrastructure.