In the dynamic world of software testing, continuous learning and skill development are essential. When it comes to the Erasmus Project “Software Testing Academy,” creating an environment that nurtures effective learning is paramount. In this blog post, we’ll explore key strategies for focusing on learners… Read More »Fostering Effective Learning in the Software Testing Academy: A Learner-Centric Approach
When running accessibility tests on a website, you should start with figuring out what the unique needs of specific users might be. For example, the site should be optimized for: Of course, other conditions should ideally be taken into account, such as cognitive disabilities and… Read More »What to consider when running a web accessibility testing
Software testing follows a common process. Tasks or steps include defining the test environment, developing test cases, writing scripts, analyzing test results and submitting defect reports. Testing can be time-consuming. Manual testing or ad-hoc testing may be enough for small systems. However, for larger ones,… Read More »Software testing best practices
In our testing Community of Practice (CoP), we are always experimenting with new testing methods. Recently, we tried out Risk Storming as a collaborative approach to identifying and minimizing product risks across teams. The goal of Risk Storming is to involve the entire product team… Read More »Are you ignoring product risks? Discover how Risk Storming can save your project!