Kathleen Poulsen of Fidelity Investments on Using Hexawise to Improve Software Testing Results

The highlights from a presentation by Kathleen Poulsen, Lead Software Engineer in Test at Fidelity Investments, at the StarEAST 2017 testing conference discussing the use of Hexawise at Fidelity Investments and some of the significant benefits of implementing Combinatorial Test Design at scale.

Kathleen Poulsen of Fidelity Investments on Using Hexawise to Improve Software Testing Results
Kathleen Poulsen of Fidelity Investments on Using Hexawise to Improve Software Testing Results

The highlights from a presentation by Kathleen Poulsen, Lead Software Engineer in Test at Fidelity Investments, at the StarEAST 2017 testing conference discussing the use of Hexawise at Fidelity Investments and some of the significant benefits of implementing Combinatorial Test Design at scale.

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By John Hunter Jun 9, 2017
Create a Risk-based Testing Plan With Extra Coverage on Higher Priority Areas
Create a Risk-based Testing Plan With Extra Coverage on Higher Priority Areas

Showcases the Hexawise "Mixed-Strength" feature and explains how this feature can be used to perform Risk-Based Testing with Hexawise.

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By John Hunter Nov 6, 2013
Which is Better, Orthogonal Array or Pairwise Software Testing?
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
Lanette Creamer Provides Suggestions on Reducing Test Case Bloat
Lanette Creamer Provides Suggestions on Reducing Test Case Bloat

A summary of and link to Lanette Creamer's insightful presentation on reducing test case bloat on testing projects suffering from tight time constraints.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Apr 24, 2013
Looking at the Empirical Evidence for Using Pairwise and Combinatorial Software Testing
Looking at the Empirical Evidence for Using Pairwise and Combinatorial Software Testing

This post addresses some comments and skeptical (in a good way) questions raised by Phil Kirkham to our recent posts: The Software Testing Community Needs More Empirical Studies.

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By Justin Hunter Mar 25, 2013
The Software Testing Community Needs More Empirical Studies
The Software Testing Community Needs More Empirical Studies

The call for more data-driven studies in Software Testing designed to determine the most effective test prioritization strategies.

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By Justin Hunter Mar 5, 2013
Justin Hunter Speaking at QAI's Annual International Software Testing Conference In Bangalore
Justin Hunter Speaking at QAI's Annual International Software Testing Conference In Bangalore

Justin Hunter will be speaking at QAI's 12th Annual International Software Testing Conference on Dec 6th in Bangalore, India.

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By Justin Hunter Nov 22, 2012
3 Strategies to Maximize Effectiveness of Your Tests
3 Strategies to Maximize Effectiveness of Your Tests

Tips to maximize the effectiveness of any Hexawise test plan you create.

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By John Hunter Oct 25, 2012
Maximize Test Coverage Efficiency And Minimize the Number of Tests Needed
Maximize Test Coverage Efficiency And Minimize the Number of Tests Needed

Understand how Hexawise "front-loaded" tests help you achieve extremely thorough coverage without executing every single test in your test set.

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By John Hunter Feb 3, 2012
Why isn't Software Testing Performed as Efficiently and Effectively as it could be?
Why isn't Software Testing Performed as Efficiently and Effectively as it could be?

An endorsement of a survey of software testers by professor Luis Fern√°ndez focusing on why software testing is not performed as effectively as it could be.

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By Justin Hunter Mar 1, 2010

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