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comment How to use statistics to improve our site?
Again, less of an SQA question, and more about "how does one go about designing effective surveys?" You might wish to search for the terms "designing effective surveys". I did - and found a lot of useful-looking results like: help2.surveymonkey.com/articles/en_US/SurveyMonkeyArticleType/….
Jan
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answered How to use statistics to improve our site?
Jan
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comment Should a scrum be any different for testers from multiple teams?
I really dislike the thought of imposing more than one "daily standup meeting" on anyone. If your testers are already involved in one "scrum", than I'd avoid adding another. Even quick standup meetings can start to suck up all your time...
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answered Should a scrum be any different for testers from multiple teams?
Jan
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answered How does ITIL training benefit my software testing career
Jan
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comment Converting emoticons to images in chatroom: how to test this?
@vignesh4303 I see your update, but my response is the same - test it as you would any other feature. In this case, you should be able to come up with some "interesting" combinations of characters as input, depending on the requirements/specs.
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comment Converting emoticons to images in chatroom: how to test this?
@corsiKa, that's a good test, assuming the emoticon grammar is text based.
Jan
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comment Reporting Intermittent Bugs
Excellent point, Sam! Use whatever tools you have at your disposal - and test automation is most likely candidate.
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Jan
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answered Industry standard on testing zoom levels
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answered Converting emoticons to images in chatroom: how to test this?
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answered Reporting Intermittent Bugs
Dec
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comment Should web pages be tested for ZOOM levels?
@Leon - that surprises me. I'd expect anyone who zooms in, would at least periodically zoom out. With Google Maps I re-adjust my zoom often, for example.
Dec
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comment Should web pages be tested for ZOOM levels?
@Leon - have you actually determined that only .1% of your users are zooming out and would potentially encounter this issue? Or is that simply a guess? Think of it this way: What would you, as the Product Manager say to a customer or potential customer if they called you up after encountering this issue? You get to make the decision if this is a reasonable test to perform, because you are the one with the most in-depth knowledge of your market's needs.
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reviewed Approve Which automated tests do devs create vs SQA staff?
Dec
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comment Looking for an excellent example of using a spreadsheet for test case management
"Excel is a old tool from the nineties" LOL! From the nineties? That's got to be bad, right? I don't judge the fitness of a tool based on when it was invented. And of course most of us are using somewhat newer versions of Excel (and Windows).