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.
A relic from the past?
Training providers of prospective and current software testing practitioners have not adapted their curricula in line with global trends.
Software testing interns thrown to the wolves
Most software quality and testing internship programmes are doomed to fail, and many of these youngsters will be left discouraged.
Software testing is big business
It's time for local IT service providers to stop viewing testing services as an afterthought.
Navigating mobile software testing
Many companies have the misperception that an app is part of any attempt to enter the mobile space.
Software testing trends to watch in 2014
This year will see the continuous demand for increased effectiveness and efficiency in testing, says Aldo Rall, principal consultant at IndigoCube.
Less traffic equals fewer test management issues
Test management should not be about micro-managing everything in elaborate test strategy documents, but rather about creating the right incentives for testers and testing to mature, says Aldo Rall, principal consultant at IndigoCube.
Growing need for maturity in software testing
CEOs are demanding greater agility from IT and testing, says Aldo Rall, principal consultant for testing at IndigoCube.
Six ways to lower software testing costs
The easiest place to start is to consider the reduction of waste in the test process and test activities without incurring risk, says Aldo Rall, principal consultant at IndigoCube.
Better software testing saves costs
The key to improving software quality is better testing, but traditional testing approaches are proving inadequate, says Ziaan Hattingh, MD of IndigoCube.
Software testing good for SA
The software testing market offers significant opportunities for job creation, says Haydn Pinnell, MD of EOH company Gallium.