As the 4th quarter of 2020 comes to an end, there’s much to reflect upon and so much to look forward to in 2021. The new normal is constantly challenging our notion of reality and status quo, as we continue to conduct business as usual in a remote world. Software and software quality remain pivotal to fulfil the demands of a fast-transforming world. Quality assurance and testing are more important now to maintain business continuity in these ‘testing’ times.
It is our annual ritual at QMetry to take stock of things to understand what went well and what could be done better. In our analysis we have come up with a list of the top software testing trends to watch out for in 2021. Take a look.
Some trends are a flash in the pan, but many trends and themes are here to stay. What organizations need is a rock-solid testing strategy that help them pick out the tools, trends and processes that have long-term benefits. CEO of XBOSoft, Philip Lew is our esteemed guest author this month. He shares his insights and experience on the importance of developing a test strategy with this blog post. Learn more about the three pillars of a well-defined test strategy.
If you have been following us on social media lately, you will have noticed an interesting visual insight in the form of a sketchnote. In this latest sketchnote, Head of India Operations at QMetry Tanmay Vora sums up the important principles that can help companies modernize and adopt a fluid approach to testing. Tanmay runs a hugely successful leadership blog called QAspire – that is a stream of visual insights in the form of sketchnotes designed by Tanmay.
In yet another thought-provoking post, QQBOT asks if you have been banging on your Third Door. Find out all about the three doors principle in this post.
QQBOT has some more good news to share as the year draws to a close. In our upcoming release of QMetry Test Management, we have integrated QQBOT to help you test smarter, leaner and more intelligently. We will soon be sharing more details on our blog.
Last but not least, stay safe, stay connected and we will see you in 2021.