DeviQA uses methods and approaches to ensure transparency in the process at all stages of development. We aim at being as open as possible for our customers. As a result, they give us great feedback about our job.
The life cycle testing process can be conducted in a variety of ways. We've met many clients with
a project that needs QA, but the application itself was of a pitiable quality. Many problems exist such as low qualification of QA engineers, checking only on the surface-level without analysis, lack of regression testing life cycle and near bugs area verification.
QA should completely understand the application logic and be able to carry out a deep life cycle test with subsequent analysis of the results. This should be done prior to reporting the bugs to avoid useless risks and to increase the application quality. At the same time, it is necessary to follow the correct QA process.
Clear and well-presented final results allow a customer to understand the full picture of the application quality and ensures development and budget control. Making effective managerial decisions based on our recommendations is easier as a result.
Our QA approach, being developed among other options, is distinguished by essential and easy integration into the full development (dev) process. Communication with the dev team is always polite and culturally appropriate. Our team continuously provides friendly and culture-specific communication. Bug reports are self-sufficient, containing screenshots and videos aimed at helping you understand an issue the first time you read about it. A developer doesn’t spends time uselessly trying to reproduce a bug or label it with the status "cannot be reproduced".
Building the process correctly and prioritizing software life cycle testing is important.
The most important and critical areas of the application must be checked first.
This cost-effective approach allows the dev team to fix critical issues faster.
Once the test life cycle of basic functionality is completed, a QA engineer goes deeper into the application and controls more complex scenarios.
We have an “easy to work with” company reputation. Try a QA life cycle trial project, and you will stay with us for the long term! These are not just empty words — this is based on statistical data.
Test plan identifier
Features to be tested
Features not to be tested
Item pass/fail criteria
and resumption requirements
Staffing and training needs
Risk and contingencies