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Test all the Things! Types and Examples of Software Tests

It’s easy for a junior tester to feel intimidated by the huge number of software tests out there. The volume of material, information and tests available on the internet can be overwhelming. To put some order on this chaos, we’ve divided things up into two sections: Test Levels and Types of Software Tests. To help make things even clearer - we’ve also included some practical examples of each test. If you feel a little bit lost with the names and categories of the test world - this is exactly what you need to read!
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There's one tiny difference between the QA team and the general Netguru recruitment requirements that probably swung in my favour. Netguru likes their juniors green. Here's a few words about asking questions, empathy and running around big machines - and it's all about software testing!
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Where Do Bugs Come From? Quality Excites 2015 Recap

Quality Excites is a widely known conference in the QA world in Poland. All respectable QA specialists, testers and even developers have either heard about it or attended it. The 4th edition took place on 30th May 2015 in Gliwice. The event consisted of two optional sections: lectures and workshops. Without hesitation, we decided to apply for the event and start our one-day adventure in Gliwice. Here's what we brought back with us!
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12 Useful Gems for Automation Software Testing

Everyone makes mistakes, and software development is not an exception. That’s why testing should be an essential part of a developer’s work. You may not think about it in the process, but the truth is simple: while some mistakes in the code won't affect the functionality of the software, the others can have costly or even dangerous outcomes.
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Will Your App Survive a Bug Bash?

Looking for a quick and effective way of testing your new app while in development? Why not get your whole team involved in a vigorous session of bug bashing?
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If we were to invent a Netguru alphabet, the letter “R” would unquestionably stand for review. Why? It helps us avoid mistakes, develop our skills, and achieve the best performance possible. See how the continual review process can improve the team’s workflow and help employees evolve in no time at all.
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Why Feature Testing is Important

Listen up, folks! Here's my story on how I ran away from bug nests to enter Behavioral-Driven Development and realised that it will be hard for me to live without feature testing.
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The life cycle of a ticket is full of adventures, led by our developers, Project Managers and Quality Assurance. Here's our work flow told in the story of a ticket.
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9 Ways to Keep Your QA Happy (And Efficient!)

Your QA team has their hands full of work to catch up with everything they get from PMs, developers and you - the client. If you are curious on the best way to make a QA’s life easier, have a read below.
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9 ways to speed up your RSpec tests

After reaching the point where your product has grown to a large scale application, you probably start to ask yourself - why the hell do are all my tests executions so long?!
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