Calidad de Software y Negocios

Cosmetic Bugs

If cosmetic bugs are very low priority should we leave them and get focused on high priority tests or try to find them asap as they generates the first impact on customers?
Thats a stupid question but most of testers spend lot of time trying to find cosmetic bugs when they should try to find real bugs (I mean with Functional Impact)

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White Box Techniques…

Even when Black box testing techniques are cheaper and easier to perform than White-Box; white-box should be a priority while we are trying to roll out. We all know about time pressure, about testers availability and testers skills but this technique can save us from big headaches:
* It’s great to validate the documentation, in some cases to create it. I’ve been dealing with some companies that prefer developing than documenting. If you check the structure of the application you ...

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Which is the Testing order?

It’s very common to find people thinking that executing test cases is Testing but that only represents 40% of testing. Why we focus in only one task? Is it a cultura thing? Why dont we watch beyond the horizon?
Testing applies to every known stage of Development Software Process. Each stage, document, software, plan is testeable and must be tested before we perform system tests.
Besides, getting testers involved in early stages give us many benefits like saving time, identify ...

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La caída de Twitter y Facebook estaba vinculada con la política

Se descubrió que el problema estuvo vinculado con un ataque contra un autor de un blog en la ex república soviética de Georgia. El daño colateral afectó a millones de usuarios

Twitter

«Esto nos ha recordado con cuánta rapidez mucha gente adoptó Twitter», dijo el viernes Robert Thompson, director del Centro de Estudios de Televisión Popular en la Universidad de Syracusse.

Decenas de millones de personas han dependido de este sito de red social para expresar sus pensamientos más íntimos ...

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