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Don’t Be the Grinch! Or Cross-Browser Compatibility Problems and How to Avoid Them
Posted by Mike Mackrory in Best PracticesCross Browser TestingGuest Blog Posts

When I Became Committed to Online Commerce If I wasn't a fan of shopping on the Web before, I became a fan several years ago, while standing in line at a large retail store in the wee hours of a frigid Black Friday in the Mountain West. My wife and I had arrived shortly after midnight, timed to avoid the crush at the door and confident that the items we had on our list would still be available. [...]

Introduction to Usability Testing
Posted by Ashley Hunsberger in AutomationBest PracticesGuest Blog PostsSoftware Development & Testing

Do you ever find yourself wondering if you are building the right product? (Or worse, not thinking about it?) Despite best intentions with Agile, it is easy to lose focus on the client and become ingrained in the technology you are building. But how do you get back to center? Usability Testing is a great way to refocus on the customer. Not only will it put you on the path to the right product, [...]

Teach Automated Testing With More Show and Less Tell

Writing automated tests can be daunting. Teaching someone else is even more intimidating. For many technology professionals, testing just doesn’t seem worthwhile and certainly isn’t as interesting as writing new code. Far too many organizations boast impressive-looking test suites that, on close examination, don’t add value. However, high-quality automated testing not only [...]

Sauce Labs Presents Automated Testing Myth Busters!
Posted by Bill McGee in Best PracticesNews & Product Updates

As more organizations embrace DevOps, Continuous Integration (CI), and Continuous Delivery (CD), deploying automated tests using Selenium (or Appium) scripts has rapidly become the de facto standard. When done right, Selenium tests can be resilient, reusable, and significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to exercise your web or mobile application and give feedback to developers. But not [...]

The Case for End-To-End Testing in the Age of DevOps
Posted by Mike Mackrory in Best PracticesDevOpsGuest Blog PostsSoftware Development & Testing

In the age of DevOps, virtual machines, continuous delivery, and microservices, is end-to-end testing necessary? Is it even viable? The short answers are "yes" and "yes". But don’t just take my quick word for it. Let me explain why end-to-end testing is crucial for effective DevOps. Defining End-to-End Testing Before we consider what value end-to-end testing brings to an organization, let [...]

Pounds (and Dollars) of Prevention ... Cross Browser & Load Testing Before The Holiday Shopping Season

The holiday season is approaching (hurray!) and that means that the online shopping season is also coming up. The peaks of this season are Black Friday and Cyber Monday, to take place this year on November 25th and 28th, 2016, respectively. The trend to online sales is noticeable and here to stay, with almost 50% of holiday shopping done online, and mobile now plays a huge part of the mix. In [...]

The Sauce Journey - Global Scrum
Posted by Joe Alfaro in AgileBest PracticesScrumThe Story of Sauce

A long time ago (1963), in a technological world far, far away, JCR Licklider, the Director of the Advanced Research Projects Administration, had an idea for a a network that would allow teams at geographically dispersed research centers to engage in "cooperative programming" through networked "time share" computers. That idea was realized in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration [...]

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