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René Ceelen

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by René Ceelen, on June 14, 2022

In the last few years, remote software testing went from an exception to a business necessity. In the wake of this dramatic shift, software testing teams and developers have had …

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by René Ceelen, on April 26, 2022

The efficiency, flexibility, and quick feedback loops of the agile software development methodology are hard to deny. But behind the scenes, there is still a great deal of organization, structure, …

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by René Ceelen, on March 8, 2022

We wanted to take a moment to introduce another TestMonitor family member and share their background, journey to their current role, and perspective on the exciting things that lie ahead …

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by René Ceelen, on January 25, 2022

Test management tools provide developers and other professionals with a great way to manage, structure, and execute the tests they need to build better products for their customers. With the …

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by René Ceelen, on January 18, 2022

People are creatures of habit. Although this can work to their advantage in many situations, in the high stakes and complex world of software development, such routines can often put …

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by René Ceelen, on January 4, 2022

Business growth thrives off of innovation in software development. However, this growth depends on how well the developed software fits a customer’s needs, how easy it is to use, and …

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by René Ceelen, on December 14, 2021

Whether defined by an organizational chart, earned through experience, or gained in the natural course of events, you may find yourself in a position in which you are leading a …

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by René Ceelen, on December 2, 2021

The team at TestMonitor may talk about software, software testing, and test management all the time, but it is the people behind our organization that drive our brand forward. That …

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by René Ceelen, on November 16, 2021

Scrum Masters orchestrate teams through the fast-paced agile approach to software development. They are also known for needing room for trial and error until they find the right path forward—especially …

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by René Ceelen, on October 13, 2021

Whether you’ve performed user acceptance testing (UAT) for years or you are participating in your first test run, reaching the point where users can finally evaluate the work is both …

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