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answered How do I test injection attacks similar to SQL injection for non sql solutions, or do I?
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answered How can my team move away from record-and-playback when not everyone has scripting experience?
Dec
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answered What is the right behavior when user press Logout button while being offline?
Nov
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reviewed Approve Open source test management tools
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21
answered Looking for test management tool to integrate with JIRA, Hudson, SoapUI, and Selenium
Nov
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reviewed Approve Jenkins fails to restart after updating plugins
Nov
20
revised Are metrics something important?
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Nov
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answered Are metrics something important?
Nov
20
comment Are metrics something important?
"I use metrics from time to time when I want to measure something or prove a point, and stop using them when the need is no longer there." I think this is wise!
Nov
20
comment What options are available in the career path of a tester?
Must have some development experience? No. There are still many companies where development experience is not a must for a career in QA/Testing. Nice to have - yes.
Nov
20
comment What options are available in the career path of a tester?
??? Alan - you have a ton of qualifications! I'm assuming you have no certifications.
Nov
19
answered Where can I find ISTQB Foundation mock exams with reliable answers?
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Nov
15
comment When can we say a defect is “Open”?
Seems reasonable. Every shop uses different words and more/fewer stages. For example, in my shop we distinguish VERIFIED (the tester has verified the fixed bug), from CLOSED (the fixed code has been released to Production).
Nov
14
answered When can we say a defect is “Open”?
Nov
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answered Which are the prevention activities that QA executes?
Nov
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answered What are the most useful KPIs for tester
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14
comment Should tester fix bugs?
If the tester fixes a given bug, who verifies that fix?
Nov
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answered Is it fair to report a bug discovered during code review without performing a test?
Nov
13
comment Is it fair to report a bug discovered during code review without performing a test?
When you do report a "potential bug" but haven't actually performed a test, what happens when the bug is fixed? Will you test it then? Or just read the code and call it good enough?