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If you’ve ever had difficulty prioritizing testing activities, you’re not alone. Iterative frameworks like Agile mean testing is performed in miniature cycles that add up to what eventually becomes a product release. Unfortunately, though, testers don’t necessarily get to choose which tickets developers complete first. One test release may have several JIRA tickets the client considers high priority while another might have none.

Three reasons why being curious will help you shine as a QA tester.
Avoiding agile's wrath when new requirements come up while a sprint is in progress.
Padawan to Master(ish)[?] | 3 Ways That Becoming a Software QA Tester Has Changed Me

If you’ve used SOAPUI for any length of time, you’ve probably concluded it’s a really useful tool!  Automated API testing has been figurative manna from the heavens for the testing crowd at AVIO Consulting.  So, since everyone loves a good list, here are 3 more tips to make your experience in SOAPUI an even more productive one.

The first 3 tips (part 1) centered on navigation, ease of use, and best practices (link below). The last 3 (part 2) will be based on lessons learned.

Ready?  Here we go!

It's very important to tackle the Javascript numeric precision issue sooner than later. Ideally, before you start writing the first line of code of your application. Once you realize that this issue affected your application, maybe it's too late and some data has been corrupted.
6 Ways to improve your app usability.

If you’ve used SOAPUI for any length of time, you’ve probably concluded it’s a really useful tool!  Automated API testing has been figurative manna from the heavens for the testing crowd at AVIO Consulting.  So, since everyone loves a good list, here are 6 tips to make your experience in SOAPUI an even more productive one 

The first 3 tips (part 1) center on navigation, ease of use, and best practices; the last 3 (part 2) will be based on lessons learned.

Ready?  Here we go!

1. Two Lefts Don’t Make a Right [Click]

2. Maximize Drag-and-Drop

Often when starting a new project, a developer can have doubt on how to implement the structure, which patterns to follow or which of the many frameworks should you choose to achieve a single goal when there are hundreds out there. Many times this reason is why the kickstart is so hard.

AWS has certainly been a buzzword in software development recently. However, the term is so broadly used that often creates more confusion. Is AWS only a new way to host applications? Will an application be developed locally, as it is traditionally done, then get deployed on Amazon’s infrastructure? If so, then what’s the big fuzz?
 

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