Still relevant: User Acceptance Testing

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Despite the popularity of Agile, UAT is as essential as ever Is User Acceptance Testing (UAT) still necessary? According to René Ceelen and Derk-Jan de Grood, the answer to that question is: yes, without a doubt. UAT offers information and insights that are relevant to the actual validation and acceptance of the solution. That information […]

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Microsoft Azure DevOps & Jira integrations

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Heads up! After a lot of positive feedback on our Jira integration, we proudly present our latest member of the TestMonitor integration family: Azure DevOps! Microsoft’s online version of Team Foundation Server (TFS) is among the most popular of team development solutions. TestMonitor now transfer issues as work items to your DevOps project – file […]

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How to write a bug report that solves issues effectively

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What is a bug report and why do we write them? Writing a good and actionable bug report is one of the most important skills within the testing world. Creating a well-written bug report is truly an art that requires a combination of testing experience and good communication skills. This article provides insights, advice and […]

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What is User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and why do we need it?

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What is a bug report and why do we write them? User Acceptance Testing, better known as UAT is the last section of the whole testing procedure of any software. Often overlooked and deemed time consuming, UAT does help improve software quality and overall acceptance rate of newly implemented software (or iterations). Why should you […]

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Test Case, Test Suite, Test Run, what’s the difference?

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What is a bug report and why do we write them? If you’re a newcomer in the world of testing, you easily become overwhelmed by all the testing terminology getting thrown around. In this article, we’ll try to explain some of the jargon you might encounter in your daily testing life, just to make it […]

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Why you should give your testers more responsibility

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What is a bug report and why do we write them? User acceptance testing is the validation that a system or application will meet user needs in the operational or business environment. An acceptance test can be understood as a way to check if a previously defined “contract” between the developer and the end user […]

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Software testing is too much work for medium sized organizations

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What is a bug report and why do we write them? Medium sized organizations are hardly capable of controlling their IT systems, the testing of their software is too complex. Even the relative easy software that is needed to anonymize production data, is too much work. This is not because of unwillingness, say René Ceelen, […]

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7 Tips for writing great test cases for ERP acceptance testing

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What is a bug report and why do we write them? Test cases are very important for determining the quality for acceptance testing.  They are the first steps in a test cycle and if test cases aren’t of sufficient quality, then the whole project will be ‘burdened’. Writing  “great” test cases is a skill that […]

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Why manual testing is absolutely crucial

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What is a bug report and why do we write them? The software development environment has shifted significantly in the recent years with the introduction of Agile and Devops. This new focus on higher speed and the shift to smaller, more frequent releases, has a great influence on testing. In the last year the average […]

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