Month: November 2014
Software development and product manufacturing industries are essentially vastly different, though they share a few similarities. This is especially true when it comes to making sure the end result is at par with what the client wants.
In product manufacturing industries, the end results are easy to assess because the products are tangible and can be physically examined. Unfortunately, this is not the case for software development industries because the end results are not tangible. Read the rest of this entry »
Software testing is an exceedingly expansive software development niche replete with endless possibilities. Unfortunately, testing personnel often have limited time and resources to conduct their tests. So how can you maximize your efforts despite the limiting factors that surround your job? Take a look at the following few tips to help you perform your testing duties more effectively:
Analyze results thoroughly
Learn to analyze each and every detail of your test result. Don’t take results at face value. Making sure you discover the root cause of a ‘fail’ test will eventually lead you to the solution, which will make you all the more valuable. Industry movers love Testers who not only log the bugs, but provide solutions as well. Read the rest of this entry »