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Oct
28
reviewed Looks Good Open-source functional testing automation tools for testing Silverlight based applications
Oct
27
awarded  Custodian
Oct
26
awarded  Taxonomist
Oct
23
reviewed Reviewed Test Case Management Software
Oct
23
comment Test Case Management Software
Hi @Nitin - just a tip, rather than just providing a link, it's preferable to try to summarise the content(at least a little), especially if that's your whole answer. Unfortunately the reviews at the page linked don't really answer the question - I wasn't able to tell from them whether the tools would support his needs.
Oct
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Selenium.click not working on some anchor elements
Oct
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Test Case Management Software
Oct
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Problem with IE9 security certificate when accessing HTTPS URLs using Selenium 2 WebDriver
Oct
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Under what circumstances is Sikuli better for test automation than Selenium or Watir?
Oct
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Using Selenium Webdriver with Windows Authentication
Oct
1
reviewed Reviewed What tools are available for automated testing of flex/html5?
Oct
1
awarded  Custodian
Oct
1
reviewed Reviewed What are some real world strategies for testing ETL and data warehouse applications
Oct
1
reviewed Reviewed Best free (or very cheap) automation tool for Windows GUI testing?
Oct
1
comment Best free (or very cheap) automation tool for Windows GUI testing?
If you have a connection to the product (e.g. you work for MurGee), you should mention this in your answer.
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Jul
23
comment Framework and tools for managing testing and monthly releases?
Thanks Mark, I'll give an answer a go.
Jul
20
comment Framework and tools for managing testing and monthly releases?
What I'm hearing is that you have a lot of tools, you have a regular schedule and some idea of different types of testing that are presumably giving you enough usable info about whether you can release now for you to continue spending money on them. Does that sound accurate? When you say you want a methodology, what benefits do you hope to gain? What might be different? (Note: I don't believe it's ever worthwhile to try to "pick a methodology off a shelf", you need to tailor it to your context. But currently all we know about that is the above. It'd help to know a bit more about your goals.
Jul
10
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
6
comment What is a good KPI for software QA?
+1 for "whole of team" KPIs - makes little sense to measure testing separately from what we're meant to be helping to deliver.