Quality Assurance vs. Quality Engineering: What’s the Difference?

As technology continues to advance, we find new ways to improve our products and software. Quality assurance has always been at the forefront of software engineering, but quality engineering has also taken a vital role in recent years. But what’s the difference between these two concepts? Read on to learn more: What is quality assurance?… Read more »

Severity vs. Priority in Bug Writing

A bugbase is a vital part of your QA testing, keeping a record of all issues that have appeared in your software. When analyzing these bugs, quality assurances testers use two types of terms: severity and priority. While people often confuse these terms as the same, they have their own meanings: Severity – how serious a bug… Read more »

How to Discover Product Updates That Your Customers Want and Need

No product, no matter how good it is, comes out perfect. It will need improvements due to software changes, technological advancements, customer preferences, and more. Prioritizing which product updates you’ll do first will depend on what your customers want and need. But how do you figure that out in the first place? Here are a… Read more »

Why User Experience Matters for Mobile Devices

Consumers are spending more and more time on their mobile devices. The average US adult will spend up to 2 hours and 55 minutes per day on their smartphone. During those nearly 3 hours of our days, people won’t just be making calls or sending text messages; they’ll also be using apps and other software installed on… Read more »