Tools over Skills: Are We Missing the Point?

What does your organization really mean when they say they want to focus on quality?

One of my recent interests has been to understand what an organization really means when they say they want to focus on Quality. Do they mean:

– Better process quality?
– Better tools and frameworks?
– Better people to do testing?

It’s very rare that they mean all the above when they really should mean all the above. Continue reading →


The Definitive Guide to Crowdsourced Testing (for Testers and Companies)

Through this article we will take a look at every aspect of Crowdsourced Testing and QA outsourcing. This guide is useful for companies looking to Crowdsource their testing work and testers who want to make career in Crowdsourced testing to bring in some extra income.

Somehow or other we all have thought of adding extra income to our daily work income. And something extra, no matter what, always brings smile and is always welcomed. Continue reading →

Why Bug Reporting is an Art That Should Be Learned by Every Tester?

What exactly the tester is supposed to do? I was just brainstorming with my team. Number of answers popped up:

  • Should test
  • Should test thoroughly
  • Should not miss any bug
  • Should understand application
  • Should try to break the application

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Exploratory Testing vs Scripted Testing: Who Wins?

Real-world benefits of exploratory testing:

Traditionally, software testing has been a very rigid activity, but in recent years there’s been a shift away from script-based testing. Exploratory testing, which is more context-driven, has come to the fore. That’s because it gives testers more freedom to exploit their skills and knowledge, and it makes them responsible for optimizing the value of their own work.  Continue reading →

34 Most Common SoapUI Interview Questions and Answers

The most frequently asked SoapUI interview questions and answers for your reference:

It is always tricky to write an interview Q&A article because the list of questions that we provide is never going to be all-inclusive and also, interviews in real time aren’t exactly in the Q&A format.

We recommend learning SoapUI concepts from this comprehensive tutorial series having detailed examples.  Continue reading →

A Quick SoapUI Guide to Store Request and Response Data in a File – SoapUI Tutorial #15

In this SoapUI advance tutorial, let’s learn about how to store the response in a file for future reference. Also, the steps are very detailed, so we treat this as a quick recap of everything we do, end-to-end.

This is the last tutorial in our SoapUI free training series. Head over to this page for all the tutorials in this comprehensive SoapUI and SoapUI pro tutorials series. Continue reading →