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by Thijs Kok, on August 28, 2020

Whether your IT team is embarking on an exciting, dynamic software project, slogging through a clunky, unclear install, or preparing to launch the next generation of awesome apps, an effective …

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by Thijs Kok, on August 13, 2020

We hear a lot of talk these days about “next level.” Next-level video games, next-level fashion, next-level fitness. The U.S. State Department even runs an international hip-hop diplomacy initiative called …

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by Thijs Kok, on July 24, 2020

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) tools share the same data model and processes, as noted by industry experts. ERP includes a variety of end-to-end processes, including accounting, customer-service, manufacturing, supply-chain logistics, …

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by Thijs Kok, on July 23, 2020

Quality assurance (QA) is a critical part of any quality management system. At the broadest level, quality assurance concerns setting up and sustaining rules for developing and making dependable products …

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by Thijs Kok, on July 14, 2020

Test case management tools come in a variety of sizes and shapes. However, despite the dynamic growth of next-generation testing tools available today, it may come as a surprise that …

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by Thijs Kok, on July 2, 2020

When it comes to testing software, there’s a lot of jargon flying around at any given time that can become quite confusing. For example, what’s a test case? How does …

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by Thijs Kok, on June 15, 2020

Test managers face a growing cascade of obstacles and challenges in a sector that is constantly evolving. Industry insiders note that a vast amount of scheduled testing time ends up …

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by Thijs Kok, on June 12, 2020

Way back in 1995, Microsoft released the first iteration of Internet Explorer (IE). In 2015 Microsoft released Edge as the browser to supersede IE. Since then IE has not received …

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by Thijs Kok, on May 6, 2020

There's no denying it: in time, applications tend to slow down. New features, more data, better graphics, improved security: any number of reasons can play a part in the decay …

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by Thijs Kok, on May 5, 2020

In our years of experience building TestMonitor, one element stood out from the rest in being the most difficult to design, the hardest to optimize, and the biggest challenge to …

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