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What things should you consider before outsourcing testing function?

What things should you consider before outsourcing testing function? This is a very common question because a lot of people are not very technical and they don't know or understand how all the nitty-gritty stuff works.More on our blog - https://www.deviqa.com/blog/what-things-should-you-consider-before-outsourcing-testing-functionSee More
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About you ?
I have 10+ years experience in software testing
Organization Name (If Employed) ?
DeviQA
Total Experience ?
10-15 Years
Your company or blog URL
http://www.deviqa.com
Your twitter ID?
https://twitter.com/DeviQASolutions
Which Mobile Device you have?
iphone, samsung

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What things should you consider before outsourcing testing function?

Posted on December 4, 2017 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

What things should you consider before outsourcing testing function? This is a very common question because a lot of people are not very technical and they don't know or understand how all the nitty-gritty stuff works.

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Cross Device Testing

Posted on July 25, 2017 at 3:19pm 0 Comments

Here is a base information you need to know when thinking of cross device testing, what to use and how you should do it. Read more about cross device testing

Main types of defects in software testing process

Posted on June 8, 2017 at 1:12pm 0 Comments

A nightmare of any QA engineer is a bug which returns from production. You work hard, you try to check every possible flow, you test it for 8+ hours per day, and after the release the user within a week reports a critical problem. How is it possible? Why it happens and how to fix it? I split possible defects in process by groups.

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