What is Gamification? Learn with Examples from IT, Education and Learning Fields

Gamification

Gamification: A Prominent Key for Success in Various Aspects of Life

A complete overview of Gamification and its impact in different walks of life including the Agile Process that we testers and developers follow in our day-to-day work.

What is gamification? Let’s learn its meaning:

The main purpose of Gamification is to combine work with fun. Any non-game context can be made more appealing, by applying Gamification to it. In simple words ‘Gamification’ means integration of the existing environment with the game mechanics. 

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How to Test Insurance Domain Application

Test insurance domain

Role of Testing – Learn to Test Insurance Domain Application:

You will learn how to test an Insurance domain application and what are the different modules to be tested in an Insurance Application through this tutorial.

Each and every insurance company relies more on various types of software that will help them to run their business. This software application helps them in creating a new policy, enrollment of members, policy administration etc. 

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GeckoDriver Selenium Tutorial: How to Use GeckoDriver in Selenium Projects

GeckoDriver Selenium Tutorial

GeckoDriver Selenium Tutorial: Learn How to Use Gecko (Marionette) Driver in Selenium

In order to understand what GeckoDriver is, initially we need to know about Gecko and Web browser engine. This tutorial covers almost all the features involved with GeckoDriver, thereby giving you a complete overview of it.

So to start with, let us first know what Gecko is and what is a Web Browser Engine?

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TFS Tutorial: TFS for Automating Build, Test, and Deployment for .NET Projects

Using Microsoft TFS 2015 Update 3 for .NET (Build, Test and Deploy)

Using Microsoft TFS 2015 Update-3 for .NET (Build, Test and Deploy): TFS Tutorial

TFS is more widely used for .NET development using Visual Studio .NET IDE. With TFS 2015 Update 3, one can connect to any Team Foundation Server Git repo, using an SSH key.

Team Foundation Server (TFS) is an ALM product from Microsoft which provides the capabilities for an end-to-end development and testing using Work Item Management, Project Planning (Waterfall or Scrum), Version Control, Build/Release (Deploy) and Testing capabilities.

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Docker Selenium Tutorial: How to Integrate Selenium Grid with Docker

Selenium Grid with Docker

Introduction to Docker Selenium Tutorial:

As discussed in one of our previous tutorial Selenium grid helps to run our test cases in different operating systems and on different browsers.

However, this Docker Selenium Tutorial will explain to you more about what a Docker is and how we download, install, and integrate it with Selenium grid along with concerned screenshots and this pictorial representation will enable you to understand the process quickly and easily too.

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JSON Tutorial: Introduction and A Complete Guide for Beginners

JSON Introduction

Introduction to JSON: A Complete JSON Tutorial series for beginners

JavaScript Object Notion which is commonly known as JSON is one of the most popular data transition formats. It is a text-based and lightweight format for data transactions. JSON format was first computed by Douglas Crockford.

This being a text-based format is easier to read or write by the user and at the same time, its lightweight property makes it a stress-free alternative for machines to deconstruct or generate. It is basically a subset of the JavaScript but JSON, as a text format is totally independent of any of the programming languages used as almost all the languages, can easily analyze the text.

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Database CRUD Testing Through UI with Sample Test Cases

Database Testing

What are CRUD Operations and How to Perform CRUD Testing Through UI:

Human beings started storing information even before several decades! And in those days, Flat file databases were used in the computing history where all the data was stored in a file.

Later, in early 1970’s IBM developed the first Relational Database Model, which introduced “indexes” to easily fetch the data.

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Cognitive Bias in Software Testing: Why Do Testers Miss Bugs?

Cognitive Bias in Software Testing

Cognitive Bias in Software Testing: Have You been Influenced?

The testing world is moving at a very quicker pace with technological advancements in order to ensure “quality at the speed of light”.

“Continuous Integration, Digital transformation, life-cycle automation, shifting quality to the left to minimize costs” etc are some of the magical words that are swinging around. While we speak about these, the underlying question –“Why and how the defect was missed” still continues to be heard and remains unanswered as well. 

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Role of Business Analysts in SCRUM and Why is a QA Best for this Role?

Importance of Business Analyst in SCRUM

Prominent Role of Business Analysts in SCRUM:

A Business Analyst who is shortly referred as a BA plays a very drastic and important role in SCRUM.

This person is the link between the product owner/customer and the technical IT team. Though we have come across several tutorials on our website on BA, this tutorial will somehow be a unique one and will explain to you the importance of BA in SCRUM.

Let’s Explore!!

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Is There Any Start and Stop Boundary to the QA’s Role in Scrum?

QA role in scrum

What is QA’s Role in Scrum: Scrum Activities for the Testers

This article is not just a tutorial about some processes or methods or instructions about how to work as a QA. Rather, this is an article in which I want to share my own experience of working as a Senior QA in SCRUM.

My previous CTO always used to say that ‘With freedom comes responsibility’. If you are given the freedom to do your work in your way then it is you and only you who is responsible for your work or tasks or activities. 

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