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Quality assurance myths busted


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Nexiilabs began with an aim to deliver the best QA software testing services traversing development, consulting and management. We help businesses transform through cloud, analytics, mobility and social media strategies. We accelerate our clients Business efficiency and also help them get more business in short span of time.

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Quality assurance myths busted

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  2. 2.  Agile is a methodology that is being widely used to develop a software these days.  For a QA professional, an agile approach can be very thwarting, as they are used to validate a finished product to verify, but in agile methodology they have to validate an ever changing product.  It means that the use of technology and automation are much more difficult and it requires a newer methodology to testing.  With the emergence of Test Driven Development**, some suggest the future of QA is shrouded in mist and now Test Driven Development (TDD) is the future of testing. But, what is most important, is that QA is directly involved in the agile scrimmages all the way through to be an integral part of the team designing the tests, at the same time as the necessities and solutions advance. Agile and QA
  3. 3. #1 You only need to unit test - TDD testing is more than sufficient
  4. 4. #2 You can use unit tests multiple times to build a regression test suite
  5. 5. #3 We no longer require testers or automation tools
  6. 6. #4 Unit tests eliminates the necessity for manual testing
  7. 7. #5 User Acceptance Testing is a Futile activity
  8. 8. #6 Developers have adequate testing skills
  9. 9. #7 Developers and Testers are cats and dogs
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