Continuous Testing with Self-Healing: Why Is It Important?
David Bernstein: ‘All the great virtues of software come with testability.’
In agile methodologies, applications are built rapidly and are subject to frequent changes during the initial development. In continuous testing, automated tests are executed as part of the software delivery pipeline to provide instant feedback on business risks associated with the software release candidate. Continuous testing is vital in DevOps to improve quality, reduce costs, […]
Test AND Code: Rethinking software testing through a holistic approach
David Bernstein and Coveros CEO Jeff Payne discuss how developers can approach effective agile testing to ensure quality software.
3 Big Things Organizations Get Wrong About Software Testing
Four key takeaways on the value of a holistic testing approach.
Robotic Process Automation: Pros and Cons
Coveros CEO and Agile expert Jeffery Payne outlines the common testing mistakes that hinder quality software development.
Recap: Has Agile Helped or Hurt Testing?
Senior Consultant Jonathan Kauffman
outlines pros and cons of using Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in software testing and test automation.
Software Testing and Agile
Long-time testing experts Jeffery Payne, Johanna Rothman, and Robert Sabourin debate whether agile has helped or hurt testing.
Software Testing is Insurance, Not Assurance
In Celebration of Agile’s 20th Anniversary, Executive Vice President Mike Sowers reflects on how software testing and testing professionals have been influenced by agile principles and practices.
Functional Testing != Layout Testing
Another week, another preventable, high-profile tech disaster. The Iowa Democratic Party used a mobile app to pull results from statewide precincts for the Iowa caucus. While there were many reasons why this application failed, the Democratic Party left it to “coding issues.” Anyone with any degree of experience can tell you this excuse really means they […]
On Wednesdays We Practice Correct Agile Testing
Through my work as a test automation consultant, I hear from a lot of people, teams, and organizations about how test automation is not working. Across the industry, this is true, as stats point to about only 20% of tests being automated. This is pretty interesting (and bleak), seeing as test automation has been around […]
Although in recent years there has been an exponential increase in companies and development teams applying Agile methodologies, testing still seems to be lagging behind with most companies thinking they are doing Agile testing but in fact still using the waterfall method. Some of the biggest issues in Agile Testing were brought to light in […]