Blog Book

Videos

Daily Posts

Ask Us

Our Story

Social Media

Our Story

After spending more than a decade in the testing industry, we feel software testing can be improved.

By Technological excellence – Testing software from the inside out
By Testing acumen – Creative and practical testing thought processes
By Business value – Tangible results to the bottom line

We learn, research and teach these values and look forward to collaborate with you on them.

Latest from the Blog Book

Latest Videos

For subscribing to our YouTube channel:

Latest From Daily Posts

Automation framework and cars analogy

By | September 27th, 2018|

An automation framework analogy

Thanks to Ryan Bedino for reminding a slide a prepared 4 years ago

If we give the analogy of a car, Selenium WebDriver would be the engine

An engine alone does not do the job,

You need a lot of other […]

Law of reciprocity

By | September 26th, 2018|

The law of reciprocity and office relationships

Here’s what I have learned:

Sometimes office relationships can be tricky to deal with

But mostly they become as tricky ‘as you make them’

At one point in my career I had to make a decision,

Should I keep […]

Browser automation vs Automation in test

By | September 25th, 2018|

Browser automation vs Automation in test (Test Automation)

What is the difference?

In many cases folks assume both are the same, wherein the real problem lies.

Automation of tests can be done in MANY different ways,

One of them being ‘browser automation’.

On those same lines, […]

Structure of a program

By | September 24th, 2018|

Explaining structure of a program

Here’s an analogy I like to use in training:

Software programs are grouped in different layers to give them structure

It also makes them easy to maintain, port to other platforms and many other benefits

An analogy I give is […]

Strongly typed vs loosely types

By | September 23rd, 2018|

Strongly typed vs loosely typed languages

What is it and what’s the difference

Some programming languages have more checks at the compile time (while building the code), and have checks on method calling, data types, return types and so on

In short you cannot […]

Never give up

By | September 22nd, 2018|

Never give up

You are defeated only when you give up

I always give an example of a little kid and a wrestler

If the kid keeps coming back to fight, no matter what happens, or how long it takes, eventually he will win

Persistence […]

Ask Us

Do you have an automation related question?

Email at ‘questions@quality-spectrum.com’

If unanswered before, we’ll answer back in a video on our channel

Previous answers can be viewed here

Ali on Social Media

https://www.linkedin.com/in/alikhalid/