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1. Things A Tester Should Say At A Daily Standup

As an agile tester, you know the importance of the daily standup meeting to the agile process. But did you know there are things that testers should and shouldn’t say? For example, don’t say:

“Yesterday I tested a story. Today I’m going to test another story. No impediments.”

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On October 16, Apple had a major set of announcements. The world finally saw a new batch of iPads along with the imminent activation of Apple Pay in iOS 8.1, and Apple made their newest MacOS operating system, Yosemite, available for download. Within hours, Apple enthusiasts around the world started installing the new desktop OS.

During this time, something amazing happened. Nothing.

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1. Do you think that I have future just doing Black Box Testing?

At Neotys, we’re all about the future of load testing, especially when it comes to solutions for mobile, video, and cloud. That’s why we were intrigued by this question. Joe Strazzere is a QA blogger who frequently gets questions like this from testers:

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1. Hands-On Mobile App Testing is available

Mobile testing is important to us here at Neotys. So we wanted to pass along information about this new book, Hands-On Mobile App Testing, aimed at anyone interested in mobile apps and mobile testing, ranging from junior to expert mobile testers who are already involved in mobile development teams. This book is also ideal for software test managers who need to manage mobile testing teams or to select a mobile test strategy. It’s also great for software testers who are new to this topic and want to switch to mobile technologies.

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Ever notice how software development projects seem to slow down when you add more people?

Books have been written about how difficult it can be to manage a large software project. It’s probably one of the only manufacturing disciplines where adding people and layers of project management makes it more difficult to estimate the timeline and quality of the final output.

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