State of Testing Survey 2015

Maybe you remember the state of testing survey from 2013, where software testers from around the world participated to get the current state of the software testing world. In this survey more than 600 software testers answered the questions and made this survey a great success. The results from the last survey can be found … Read more

Responsive Test Automation with the Galen Framework

More and more web page pages are optimized for mobile devices using a responsive layout. With the help of responsive design, the layout of the web page adapts to the different screensize of the mobile device to provide a nice look and feel. A web page that contains lots of pages makes it extremely complicated and time … Read more

Reading Recommendations # 1

As promised, here are the software testing reading recommendations # 1. In this issue I collected 6 posts about different topics from exploratory testing, effective communication for testers, test automation as a person to lessons learned. Enjoy reading the posts.   9 Ways to be Happier at Work in 2015 Author: Tim Leberecht Exploratory Testing is not the … Read more

Bug Magnet by Gojko Adzic

Today, I want to share a really nice Google Chrome extension with you, that will help you with your web exploratory testing. The extension is called Bug Magnet and is developed by Gojko Adzic. Gojko describes his tool with the following text: “Bug Magnet provides convenient access to common problematic values and edge cases, so you … Read more

Software Testing Reading Recommendations

Today, I want to start the year 2015 with a new series of my blog. The series is called “Reading Recommendataions”. The goal of this series is to share important testing blog post I am reading throughout the week or month. Whenever I found interesting blog posts I will collect and share them with you. The shared links … Read more