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articles and information about continuous testing and behavior-driven development

 

Your New Test Automation Checklist

What considerations should be included in your Test Automation Checklist? Your testing team should decide which tests to automate as early as possible.  This information can be used to develop more accurate testing deadlines and better organize your test suite, and...

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Moving Your Automated Testing Infrastructure to the Cloud

Let’s get specific on leveraging the cloud for your automated testing infrastructure. I’m James Prior, and one of my responsibilities at Tryon Solutions is to help bridge gaps between technical and non-technical folks. Over the last few months, I’ve been educating...

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The WMS Go Live: There is a Better Way!

"That was awful!", "We barely survived!", and "Never again!" are just a few of the many phrases I've heard uttered at the end of "successful" WMS go lives. A "go live" is the action of operationalizing changes to production systems and/or processes, often after months...

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How to Write Effective Defect Reports

No matter how much test automation you have built-in to your overall test strategy, there will always be some amount of manual testing for things like edge cases, one-offs, visual acceptance tests, etc…You also want customers to have the ability to log defects they...

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Using React and Typescript to Help Build a Sturdier Product

When planning began on the Example Set Viewer, the Cycle development team went in knowing that it was a mountain of a task – the crown on top of a story Cycle has been building for nearly a year. The Cycle team knew the importance of being able to easily manipulate...

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Sixteen Burning Questions for a Test Automation Leader

Javier Velasquez has nearly a decade of experience as a software professional. Early in his career he did software testing with QTP, and after a few years he moved into testing with Selenium and REST/SOAP RPC - and along the way built multiple integration and system...

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What Is Shift Left and Is It Enough?

In this post I’m going to explore what it means to shift left. Then I’ll discuss how automation can help a team shift left. Finally, I’ll discuss shifting right and how shift left and shift right really are just part of the same continual improvement loop. So what is...

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Cycle 2.7 Released!

Thank you for taking the time to review our Cycle 2.7 release, which makes working with test data even easier for all flavors of users on your test team.  See what's new below, and download our latest version of Cycle from the User Portal today! What's New in 2.7:...

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Checklist: Deciding which Tests to Automate

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Cycle & Behavior Driven Development: How It Works Demo

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