Posts Categorized: Software Quality Assurance

Lab Hardware Update: New Desktop Computers

Desktops aren’t very exciting these days, so we don’t usually write about them when we get (or build) new ones. Still, we do keep refreshing our inventory to remain current with new hardware trends, and our lab inventory is capable of supporting pretty extensive hardware compatibility testing projects, albeit generally consumer-focused ones.   Since December,… Read more »

For More Agile Software Development, Shift to Quality Engineering

In the not-so-distant past, the software development pipeline was fairly linear from concept to development to quality assurance (QA). Then, teams embraced the agile development model. With the agile approach, software development became incrementally cyclical in order to implement improvements and new features quicker. The goal was to be more responsive to feedback loops. Now,… Read more »

Testing to Pass vs. Testing to Fail

What is testing to pass? Testing to pass is an approach to QA whereby an application or website is tested in lock-step using specific user-flow instructions.  An example might be: Press button A, then press button B, then press the Submit button. Testing to pass is typically used when an application or a website is either… Read more »