“Historical software growth” is often used as an argument when a deviation is found in a piece of software that cannot or should not be corrected immediately. This article shows what this saying actually means and how it can be dealt with professionally and effectively in a project.
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.
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?
In many companies, employees work together, but in different locations. If you still want to use the benefits of mob testing, you can use the distributed version.
Especially in corona times, the distributed approach is more in demand than ever. Remote work is possible in home office and also at different locations.