Testing

May 24th, 2019, by
Avoiding Complexity and Chaos

Software development (but also the development of Machine Learning and AI) is combat against chaos and complexity. It is bad enough when software becomes chaotic and does unexpected things, but it is even worse, when software becomes too complex to be fixed.

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May 14th, 2019, by
Unintentional bias in training data

One of the things that are important to consider when you’re testing artificial intelligence is the possibility that you have unintentional bias in your training data. Because if there is, you’ll end up with a biased system… So, how can this happen and what should you look for?

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May 13th, 2019, by
Webinar: DevOps oriented Test Architecture Model

In this webinar, we will discuss the Test Architecture Model in DevOps and walk you through the holistic planning approach, multi-level automated test process in an IDE/CI/CD development pipeline.

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April 22nd, 2019, by
Test Automation Meters

Test automation is preventive in nature. It is supposed to prevent bugs from getting into production before they can be detected. In the best case, test automation is invisible to the end user. So how do you evaluate something that shouldn't even appear?

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April 18th, 2019, by
Testing AI solutions

Artificial Intelligence (AI) in one guise or another is beginning to permeate our everyday activities.  Whether it’s a visit to the doctor’s office to get an initial diagnosis of eye problems or trying to find a new job, AI is either already making decisions on your behalf or will be in the not too distant future.

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April 17th, 2019, by
The future of software testing – QA innovation and test automation

Sogeti's annual TextExpo event discussed the future outlook for the software testing industry, led by top professionals in the field. Read about my compilation of how artificial intelligence, machine learning or intelligent systems affect testing now and in the future.

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April 10th, 2019, by
Benefits of a Generic Test Automation Architecture

The usage of the gTAA constantly delivers a good overview which technologies and implementations have to be implemented in which spot in or inter between the TAA layers.

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April 3rd, 2019, by
To Test is Human

We all know the highly advanced algorithm Google employs to test the millions of pieces of content pieces submitted on its platform every day. But, recently an article mentioned that Google is now planning to hire human readers in the backend to ensure the quality of the content. This strengthened my belief in human testers, who still have an important place in the testing value chain, in spite of growing concerns that automation will take over the role of human testers.

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March 27th, 2019, by
System-Test: User story Acceptance Test Strategy

This is the next blog in our practical “Guideline for the Standard Test Levels” used in agile SW-Projects from Sogeti Testlab Hub Stuttgart. In this blog, we want to talk about the user story acceptance test strategy.

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March 20th, 2019, by
What has (test) automation ever done for me?

Functional test automation is nothing new, but yet people shy away from adapting it. It could be because the perception is that it is just not efficient or that their application does not cater for it.

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March 19th, 2019, by
Functional Unit Testing Methods for Practitioners: Short Guideline

This blog talks about a methodological toolkit the developer should know and use in order to write trustworthy and purposeful test cases with his Automation-Framework.

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March 18th, 2019, by
Will AI replace testers?

Like many other people, testers wonder whether Artificial Intelligence threatens their existence. Do we really need to fear that AI will take over all work of testers?

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