Category Archives: Test Automation

Why QA Is So Important For Software Project

Posted on: July 17th, 2017 by

Far back in 1999, NASA lost its Mars Climate Orbiter, which came too close to Mars, entered the atmosphere and disintegrated because of atmospheric stresses. While investigating the causes of this accident, it was found that one of the company’s contractors – when developing one of the terrestrial modules of the software serving the satellite – used the English units of measurement as the output values ​​instead of the expected more conventional metric system used by the agency’s team.

Mobile application automated testing

Posted on: July 6th, 2015 by

Development of mobile application like any software development process is requiring a consistent approach to quality assurance. For mobile applications this need is especially actual as number of HW platforms that mobile application has to run is constantly increasing (especially for Android OS). Users are expecting continuously stable and reliable software. Failure to do so may pose an significant damage to user acceptance and loyalty.

Automated Testing ROI Part 2: Does it Make any Difference in What Country You Do Your A-Testing?

Posted on: April 30th, 2015 by

In our first article “Automated Testing ROI Part 1: When is Automated Testing More Profitable than Manual One?” (please see the full method of calculation here) we reviewed the advantages and disadvantages of automated testing vs manual one on a general basis regardless where they are done. In Part 2 we would like to take a look if there is any difference, and what it is, when automated testing is done in different countries.

Automated Testing ROI

Posted on: December 12th, 2014 by

What are the major objectives of automated testing? How can you bring the costs and number of running cycles down and coverage and effectiveness up? And finally, does automated testing always pay off better than manual testing?

Mobile App’s Testing Methods on Broad Device Line: Cost-effective and Headache-free.

Posted on: August 7th, 2014 by

We always pose this eternal question to the customer when developing mobile apps. And we nearly always get the answer: “Let’s do as many as possible!”.