Tshimologong seeks graduate software testers for learnership
The Wits University digital innovation hub invites inquisitive graduates to apply for its newly-launched software tester learnership programme.
Infrastructure-as-code demands constant testing
Infrastructureas code demands constant testing to be effective, says Obsidian says Obsidian.
Software testing professionals need business skills too
Technical abilities are not enough: they must have an understanding of business to be successful, says Nedbank's Johan Steyn.
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.
Black-owned software testing start-up gets global partner
Teclado Technologies has teamed up with QA Mentor, aiming to improve the quality of software developed in SA.
Is manual testing dead?
To stay relevant, software testers must focus on what makes manual testing essential to the software being tested: humanisation.
FTI hosts software testing seminar
The seminar will be aimed at test professionals of all levels.
Software testing landscape shifting
The growing technology demands of today's consumers are challenging the traditional software testing principles, an expert says.
SQS gets new CEO
Diederik Vos replaces Rudolf van Megen, who is stepping down.
Debate over Scrum testing, defect tracking
The DVT user group agrees that test management and defect tracking are not always necessary for Scrum.