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by Thijs Kok, on March 15, 2022

Whether it is the draw of discovering something new, the appeal of learning a new skill, or the desire to improve, the concept of exploration is an innate human trait …

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by Thijs Kok, on February 1, 2022

There are many benefits to software testing, but the primary purpose is to identify bugs, defects, or unsatisfied requirements before a customer does. In addition to helping your team produce …

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by Thijs Kok, on November 1, 2021

It may seem like more of a science than an art, but if you stop and think about what goes into software testing, you will quickly see there is a …

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by René Ceelen, on September 28, 2021

There is a wide range of software testing approaches and perspectives, from functional to non-functional, integration to system, or user acceptance to compatibility. Although all of these forms of software …

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by Thijs Kok, on September 14, 2021

Developers, regardless of industry, have many stressors in their professional lives. Chief among these is the need to meet client expectations without exceeding time and budget restraints. One area of …

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by René Ceelen, on September 7, 2021

When you hear about “user acceptance testing” (UAT), it sounds easy enough: you get potential end users to validate that a system meets their expectations for functionality and usability. Unfortunately, …

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by René Ceelen, on June 30, 2021

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems can be viewed as the nervous system of your organization, connecting business functions to facilitate workflows, drive reporting and analysis, and deliver for your customers …

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by René Ceelen, on June 17, 2021

At TestMonitor, we live and breathe testing. This is why we developed an industry-leading test management software that organizations of all scopes and scales can use to deliver quality products …

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by René Ceelen, on September 8, 2020

We’ve all been there: Your team or teams are juggling several balls at the same time— implementing enterprise software, building a quality app, or working to improve the manual testing …

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