Software testing trends identified in 2018
Mobile testing and device farms, performance testing, and speed of testing relating to test automation are three of the top software testing trends so far, says Mario Matthee, head of SQA Architecture and R&D, Global Testing Solutions at DVT.
Get your software testing ducks in a row
Too many companies jump into test automation or performance testing without first ensuring the conditions are optimal for testing, says Mario Matthee, head: SQA Architecture and R&D, DVT.
Do we still need professional software testers?
The job of professional testers is not under any threat, and won't be for quite a while yet, says Mario Matthee, Head: SQA Architecture and R&D at DVT.
Make performance testing mainstream
Companies must ensure the software or app developed does what it was designed to do.
Navigating mobile software testing
Many companies have the misperception that an app is part of any attempt to enter the mobile space.
Is manual testing dead?
To stay relevant, software testers must focus on what makes manual testing essential to the software being tested: humanisation.
The software testing conundrum
Is there a middle ground when it comes to the developer-tester scenario?
Do we have enough ICT skills for the future?
Probably not, and it's up to government and business to ensure we build up the skills we need, says Mario Matthee, head of DVT's Intern Programme.
Sought-after skills in 2012
New-generation roles like product managers and scrum masters will be in demand as businesses embark on these methodologies, says Mario Matthee, head of DVT's Intern Programme.