When it comes to shift-left testing; the thing that matters the most is; testing early. Implementing agile practices without the shift left approach may lead your software to lack quality or have a delay in its delivery. Check out this infographic to learn more about the shift-left testing approach and the Testinium effect.
“Testing with BDD and Automation with Gauge” is a meetup and open space for software testing professionals who love learning new things about software testing! Join us as we discuss the hot topic of Agile Testing world; Behavior Driven Development (BDD) combined with Gauge which is a free open source test automation framework that enables creating tests that are easy to read and develop. Come to our next meetup to discover how you can automate BDD style using Gauge and enjoy networking while you have a snack and a drink provided to you by Testinium B.V.!
Test environment is a server environment where software is checked in terms of functionality and controlled that the business needs are met in terms of performance, as well as other various needs by the team developing the software before the software meets the end user. These changes may vary depending on the content and needs of the project and/or the methodology followed in the project. Recently, especially after the increase in the popularity of test automation in the market, it has become a common problem for companies. The main source of the reason for this problem that comes along with [...]
In today’s competitive business world, it is unavoidably important that the businesses have as much profit as possible out of what they have to sell. It’s like squeezing all the juice out of an orange to make the most amount of juice. But of course, this is expected as growth rate is important in the business world. The situation is not so different in software development businesses either. But of course, software development is mostly time variant more than any other business types because other parameters affect the processes minimally, and the latency to assert a totally new product or [...]
Testinium in partnership with ING Bank, is one of the finalists in “Best Functional Test Automation Project” of European Software Testing Awards 2018
We are proud to be selected as one of the finalists of "Best Functional Test Automation Project of the Year Award" in partnership with ING Bank, for the best implementation of a functional software testing project in 2018. As indicated by European Software Testing Awards judges, for the “Best Test Automation Project – Functional” category, they were looking for the best use of automation in a functional software testing project, a well-developed test suite of test scripts and clearly defined and verified project goals with stated achievements and successful results. Additionally, finalists were required to show evidence of overcoming project [...]
Nowadays, software development teams prefer to follow an agile framework or set a frame, in respect of agile manifesto, for software development. In agile development, the most crucial thing is establishing useful and valuable success acceptance criteria for the team. In this article, I will try to argue the importance of the acceptance criteria in the point of view of a tester. I will go through on a simple example to make it clear to all. The User Story: The primary goal of using a story is about the working style of the human mindset. The human mind is working [...]
It’s all about the basic test principle; testing early. I can easily mention that implementing agile practices without the shift left approach may lead your software to lack quality or have a delay in its delivery. The shift-left testing emphasizes the “ Testing Early” principle of testing. People who are familiar with software testing principles should be well aware of the seven testing principles. However, Continuous Testing is the process of executing tests as a part of the delivery (DevOps) pipeline in order to get faster feedback on the potential software bugs related to a release as soon as possible. [...]
Selenium library has a story of 15 years. This idea first emerged in Chicago, when Jason Huggins laid the foundation of Selenium as a “Time and Expenses” application at Thoughtworks company in 2004. Some experiments may have been done before; but the idea of automating software testing has become so easy to implement for the first time. About 15 years ago, mobile technologies were developing rapidly, but it was still quite primitive. It was only a few years later that as a result of the peak in mobile phone sales and technology migration, mobile technologies became the new focus point. [...]
Taking place in London on March 12-13, UKStar 2018 will feature top keynote speakers from around the globe, workshops that provide a great opportunity to learn more about technical testing and tracks that offer something in it for every tester. We, as Testinium team are proud to support this great event as a sponsor and we are looking forward to meeting you and introduce you to our innovative products. You can also join us for this great event by using your exclusive 10% discount code: TESTINIUM10 Hope to see you in London and have a chat with you at our [...]
Mobile testing and automation experts will meet at Appium Conf for a full day of gaining insight into strategies in test automation as well as making valuable connections with other specialists from around the world. Appium Conf 2018 will be held in London and it will feature inspiring and practical talks on a variety of topics such as Appium for Unity games and apps, GUI Automation Testing, P2P Communication Testing and more. Canberk Akduygu, Chief Test Architect of Testinium and Product Owner of Loadium is going to attend Appium Conf 2018 and will give a keynote speech about “Mobile Peer [...]