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In the IT industry today, new features are continually being designed and developed. It is very common to see projects want to push out many great features as fast possible, but bugs are becoming so prevalent throughout many recently deployed applications that it is becoming the norm for users to encounter bugs…

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General / 27 April, 2020

QA’s Guide to Docker

One of our clients was in the midst of creating a fairly extensive website, which needed to be tested on a relatively narrow but very specific list of browsers and browser versions. In the past we would have had two main options for getting these tests done. We could have had our client pay for […]

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General / 30 March, 2020

Software Development QA: Ensuring Things Get Tested

In a previous blog SQA2 posed the question, when it comes to software development, what should QA test? Our answer was that you need to essentially test everything, from the components, performance, features and functionality of the product itself to the deployment, the development process and all of the random things covered in ad hoc […]

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General / 09 March, 2020

How to Communicate New Processes

The new feature release was an utter disaster. Almost as soon as things were released into production the customer support calls started pouring in. This didn’t work. That didn’t work. Things were crashing. The application was now riddled with so many defects that we actually had to roll back a long list of features. When […]

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