Good Design: the Difference Between "Bought" and "Sold"

Describes the benefits, from a sales perspective, of designing a tool focused on providing a high-quality user experience.

Good Design: the Difference Between "Bought" and "Sold"

Describes the benefits, from a sales perspective, of designing a tool focused on providing a high-quality user experience.

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By John Hunter Sep 17, 2013
Designing a Test Plan with Dependent Parameter Values

Includes strategies for dealing with dependent parameter values in your test plans by using the "Invalid Pair" and "Married Pair" constraint features in Hexawise.

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By Sean Johnson Sep 9, 2013
Six Tips for Your Software Testing Career

A collection of tips to help software testers continue to advance their career and open up new opportunities.

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By John Hunter Aug 22, 2013
Worldwide Adoption of Combinatorial Software Testing

Reveals the very diverse Hexawise user base - with users located all around the world.

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By John Hunter Jul 17, 2013
Software Testing Carnival #4

The fourth installment of the Hexawise Software Testing Carnival - a series of posts focused on sharing interesting and useful blog posts related to software testing.

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By John Hunter Jul 10, 2013
Rapid Software Testing Overview Webcast by James Bach

A wonderful webcast given by international keynote speaker James Bach that provides a very quick and informative overview of rapid software testing.

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By John Hunter Jul 2, 2013
Hexawise Software Testing Glossary

Announcement of the Hexawise Software Testing Glossary - a list of commonly used terms - some from the general software testing industry and some specific to Hexawise - and their definitions/importance.

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By John Hunter Jun 24, 2013
Which is Better, Orthogonal Array or Pairwise Software Testing?

Compares and contrasts two applied statistics-based test prioritization strategies - Pairwise and Orthogonal Array Test Design.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Jun 11, 2013
Automatically Generating Expected Results for Tests in Hexawise

Showcases the Hexawise "Expected Results" feature and how to automatically generate rules-based expected results for each of your test cases.

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By John Hunter Jun 4, 2013
"SaaS Wins Again" Headlines Won't be Newsworthy Much Longer

A quick note about the growing acceptance of Software as a Service (SaaS) tools by large, Fortune 500 companies.

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By Justin Hunter May 28, 2013

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