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Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Sometimes testers and developers are at odds. Imagine that you work with a group of people who, day after day, tell you every little thing you do wrong.  This doesn’t work; that doesn’t work.  This is the wrong color; that has the wrong font size. They nitpick and nitpick, and seem to make it their goal in life to make …

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Are Your Defects Too Small to Log?

All testers have encountered this situation.  At some point in the testing cycle, you notice a minor issue.  Misaligned text, a button that’s not quite the right size, color is not pretty or any number of other bugs that don’t really affect functionality or may not even be client facing.  Now you have to decide if you stop your functional or …

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Full Regression Testing – Is it always necessary?

Without a doubt, regression testing is a time consuming endeavor. Necessary, but time consuming. Just how much regression is necessary? When a new patch is completed, do you really need to perform a full regression each and every time? This is a tricky question – most likely you do not, but sometimes you do. So how do you know when …

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