• Real Role of a QA tester

    Primarily, the main role of a quality assurance tester is to assess the software for quality purpose and to find out any problems with the software and report those defects. This is the primary responsibility but depending on the support required by the team and the organization, for whom the QA expert is working, there may be certain other responsibilities.

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  • 10 things you need to know before outsourcing testing

    Quality assurance testing our products gives all of us a confidence in our code. If we are backed by a systematic suite of tests that confirm that things are working as we expect, we are more confident on our application. If you have a team of developers working on different parts of a large application, QA testing gives you the confidence that any developer on the team does not break someone else’s code.

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  • How to write an effective software defect report

    What exactly is a defect? In the context of software systems and software projects, any application where the result requirement that was supposed to be there, but is missing is considered as a defect. An incorrect requirement can also become a defect. Or when there is something on the site that is not supposed to be there, also becomes a defect.

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