Hexawise and the Path to Efficient, Effective Testing

When companies begin to use the Hexawise test design tool, they generally have a single issue in mind that they want to address: the test execution phase is taking too long, documentation and maintenance is growing too complicated with increasing...
Hexawise and the Path to Efficient, Effective Testing

When companies begin to use the Hexawise test design tool, they generally have a single issue in mind that they want to address: the test execution phase is taking too long, documentation and maintenance is growing too complicated with increasing...

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By Charles Pitts Jan 4, 2022
Case Study Highlights: How Hexawise Takes the Guesswork Out of Testing

One of the most common pitfalls in software testing is performing too few tests. An inadequate number of tests can lead to gaps in coverage, which allow defects to go undetected until they are discovered by a tester later in development or an end...

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By Charles Pitts Dec 21, 2021
How Hexawise Puts an End to "Garbage In, Garbage Out"

“Garbage in, garbage out” is a phrase commonly used in software development to refer to a basic limitation of all software tools: if the user’s inputs are flawed, inaccurate, or nonsensical, then the application’s output will be as well. Garbage...

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By Charles Pitts Dec 14, 2021
4 Step Process to Awesome Test Plans

Software testing projects can be extremely daunting at first. There are so many moving parts and complexity in a system it can be difficult to know where to start and how to tackle the project. Hexawise testing experts have dealt with this issue countless times and have found this four-step process to help design efficient and effective tests and make software testing projects more manageable. Don't forget to download your testing cheat sheet at the top of the article!

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By Chris Brooks and Charles Pitts Aug 5, 2021
Hexawise Certification Course - Free for Existing Clients in April

These are unprecedented times. COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on global health and the global economy. Social distancing has resulted in more people working from home than ever before. Normal work and daily life is disrupted for many.

For those...

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Apr 20, 2020
Testing Smarter with Markus Gärtner

This interview with Markus Gärtner is part of our series of “Testing Smarter with...” interviews. Our goal with these interviews is to highlight insights and experiences as told by many of the software testing field's leading...

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By John Hunter Apr 13, 2020
Case Studies on Improving Software Testing Performance

Learn how Fortune 500 companies use Hexawise to deliver higher quality software more quickly.  We include several case studies on our website illustrating the value Hexawise has provided companies seeking to improve their software testing operations.

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By John Hunter Jan 31, 2020
Hey Siri, You Can Do Better

Software testing is more than just automated testing.  While checking that specific details work as expected in specific situations with automated testing is very useful it is far from sufficient way to test if software will delight users.

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By John Hunter Jan 21, 2020
Hexawise is Hiring a Senior Manager for Customer Success

We are looking for someone to take on the challenge of helping our clients succeed. The person holding this position will report to the CEO and work with other executives at Hexawise who all share a commitment to delighting our customers and improving the practice of software testing.

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By John Hunter Jan 9, 2020
Are you Agile? No! (We're Lean)

Agile and Lean share a common lineage and many common traits. There are Lean teams that are more Agile than others, and there are Agile teams that are more Lean than others, but Agile software development has stolen most of the attention, and not many teams understand the alternative approach of Lean software development.

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By Sean Johnson Jan 3, 2020

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