What is the future of software testing? How can you instill a DevOps Testing culture? These are just a couple of exciting topics of presentation at the upcoming STARWEST conference at the Disneyland Hotel in Annaheim from 29 September to 5 October.
QMetry is happy to announce that we are Gold Sponsor at this event. Meet us at Booth 4 for the latest on software testing trends, Agile and Continuous Testing processes and tools. We have some exciting swag in store for you. Meet our experts Girish and Harshal to learn more.
And while you are there, do not miss our Industry Technical Presentation by QMetry’s product champ, Harshal Vora on Continuous Testing with the Right Software Testing tools and processes.
Did you attend QMetry’s product webinar? They are a huge hit with our attendees. But in case you missed it, you can still view it on demand.
QMetry Quality Boards
Sharing of information and thought leadership content is a recurring theme with QMetry. We have recently introduced QMetry Quality Boards, some whiteboarding fun with Team QMetry. The idea is to share practical ideas and real-world testing challenges with just a white board and one of our product experts. Take a look at the first one in the series.
Speaking of real-world challenges, did you know that a majority of products don’t take the core user challenges into account when releasing updates or bug fixes. In our recent blog we take a look at some of the common concerns that testers voice when using Jira for test management and how you can resolve them.
There are many approaches to test management. We believe that all testers are rockstars, but each has a unique approach to problem solving and testing. Read this blog post that identifies the various types of testers and their individual approach to testing. Can you identify yourself?
Finally, some pearls of wisdom from QQBOT: “QQBot Says – Selecting Innovative leaders that can shake and move markets/organizations is not easy but most of the times the method used to identify them is to blame for misfit.
When you are picking talent for innovation endeavors, you should imagine what is coming down the pike — what the future will look like — and then understand which capabilities you will need to succeed in that future.”