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Test, But Verify!
This white paper is based on the Quality in a Quick video episode “The Value of Peer Reviews, Walkthroughs, and Inspections” which aired on YouTube on February 5th, 2018.

“Test, but verify”. I would have sworn that’s what I heard come from the television as I struggled to come up with a catchy title for this white paper based on one of our popular Quality in a Quick videosThe Value of Peer Reviews, Walkthroughs, and Inspections”. Turning to look at the television I realized “Joe Anchorman” on the local news had started a commentary on President Ronald Regan’s use of the phrase “Trust, but verify”. President Regan had used the English translation of the Russian proverb “Doveryai, no proveryai” quite often when discussing nuclear disarmament. Thank you Tampa Bay News Channel 9! Taking a bit of literary license, the perfect title for this white paper on the value of and techniques for implementing verification processes.

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Surviving the Storm of Test Automation
The implementation and R.O.I. (return on investment) realization of test automation can often feel like you’re trying to maneuver a large, cumbersome vessel through an incredible storm while still ensuring you reach your final destination on time! Find out how to survive the storm!

Internet of Things and Its Impact on Software Testing

Internet of Things and Its Impact on Software Testing
The Internet of Things might be a buzzword you know nothing about, but it’s something that can’t be ignored by software testers and developers alike. Find out how this trend of connected devices impacts the software testing industry.

Building an Effective Software Testing Practice

Building an Effective Software Testing Practice
This whitepaper outlines the role of testing in the software development lifecycle and focuses specifically on the test team activities and types of testing that can be implemented to improve software quality. Each of the testing roles and disciplines mentioned herein has strengths and blind spots. Recognizing the types of issues each is designed to uncover and the types of issues each will probably not find, is a large part of building an effective software testing practice.

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