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Testing Legacy systems with modern tools

A core problem for many businesses today is that their critical systems were developed more than two or three decades ago using technologies that were developed long before their modern counterparts. These businesses, here and now, are in the situation where they are required to either modify or replace their software but it’s written in a language that’s 30 or 40 years old.

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QA Article

As we battle with this pandemic and also while trying to move into a new Normal. It is right to say a big thank you to all the Quality Assurance people of this world as they have always been the front liners in every sector. Imagine ventilators malfunctioning during this pandemic or a closer scenario is the monitoring machine displaying the traversed graphs reading.

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Eliminating the silent quality killers in your organisation

One of the common hazards many clients grapple with is what I call ‘silent quality killers’. Most companies are relatively aware of them, and some even know where they are, but are predominantly focused on operational output trying to service their business and downstream clients that managing these ‘killers’ becomes a backend priority.

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Back to Basics: Using soft skills to improve Project Delivery in SDLC

In my experience, one of the main issues identified as part of the software development life cycle (SDLC) is that the understanding of business requirements (and user stories) is not always translated successfully through development and testing. Read more...

How to create testing communities of practice

As individuals we all want to belong to something bigger. Communities over time have been used to bring people together to advocate and support each other in order to overcome any threats. As human beings we all long for that sense of belonging, and this is what connects us to every relationship that we develop with others. Read more...