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  • Thu, 05/26/2016 - 12:49

    As a developer we constantly strive to use the updated versions of ASP.Net. This helps us use the full power of .Net framework and make our life easy. Earlier Microsoft introduced new version of ASP.Net as ASP.Net vNext or ASP.Net 5 which was then renamed as ASP.Net Core 1.0. This primarily focus on the trends in Cloud first approach. ASP.Net 5 is built primarily for the cloud. This is for the first time we are seeing ASP.Net as an open source framework.

    Following are the overview of ASP.Net Core 1.0 and .Net...

  • Mon, 05/23/2016 - 15:04

    I am writing about why I think certain processes are important in an offshore-onshore team relationship. This is purely based on my experience and I believe it could be applied to most in this area and will add value to their business.

    Daily Video call

    In additional to discussing requirements and business over emails and chat, a video call will create a bond between the members of a team. Since in outsourcing, people are...

  • Fri, 05/06/2016 - 08:53

    QA History in My Company

    • Prior to YEAR [YYYY]

    > No dedicated QA team

    > Only developer testing and Peer testing of code

    •  From YYYY

    > Started hiring qualified QAs

    > Currently X Test lead and X testers

    > Hiring going on

     Project Management & QA

    > JIRA/Greenhopper (Scrum interface) introduced to manage projects

    > All requirements mapped as User Stories and Tasks in JIRA...

  • Wed, 04/20/2016 - 12:15

    Here we are going to discuss on web application testing with web testing test cases.

    Let’s have first web testing checklist:

    1) Functionality Testing

    2) Usability testing

    3) Interface testing

    4) Compatibility testing

    5) Performance testing

    6) Security testing

     

    1) Functionality Testing:

    Test for – all the links in web pages, database connection, forms used in the web pages for submitting or getting information from user, Cookie testing.

    Check all the links:

    * Test the outgoing links...

  • Mon, 04/04/2016 - 13:27

    Managing time isn’t about finishing as many tasks as possible. It’s about simplifying how you work, doing things faster, and have stress less life.

    Time is not what we create or given to you, it is what we find. I assure you — there really are enough hours in a day for everything you’d like to do, but it may take a bit of rearranging to find them. Remember- There are so many tricks available to manage your time effectively. These are some tips that I find helpful (over time by experience and reading), but everyone is different.

    1. Plan Ahead and Create a simple...