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Microsoft is expected to release a new, unified UI platform for all systems in November 2021 under the resounding name MAUI, or in full “.NET Multi-Platform App UI”. In this article, we will look at the features of the tool known so far.
In this article we take a look at our latest ZDI online campus event for internal training, where our colleagues held a Remote Mob-Testing Workshop. We present our experiences on that and give some best practices.
The UI dev session has become a tried and tested tool in our projects. In this blog post, I report on our experiences with it – away from theory, towards practice.
This article shows how you can solve UI errors quickly and efficiently in a UI Dev session while promoting the collaboration in the team.
Exploratory Testing (Part 1) – The Test for Lazy People or the Crown of Creation in Terms of Testing?
Explorative testing can do much more than just working off test cases in a monotonous way: It promotes creative thinking during a test session, blasts limitations and satisfies curiosity. However, there are some prejudices about this method. In this article we will take a closer look at them in order to get rid of them.
The Test Analyst – Just a Reviewer for Automated Test Cases? A Field Report from an Agile Environment
In the agile environment, test automation helps to minimize effort and to increase quality. But how can this time-consuming automation be implemented in the everyday life of a test analyst?
Christmas party in times of Corona: This is how our 2nd ZEISS Digital Innovation Online Campus got us into Holiday spirit.