Our mission is simple - to be a trusted partner in manual software testing services, which improve productivity and ensure maximum quality for our clients.
The QA Hub approach
Our experience with the following methodologies allows us to adapt to changes in a rapid and flexible manner:
Agile - Until the next great innovation in software process comes along, the future is clearly Agile.
Scrum - Scrum is a management and control process that cuts through complexity to focus on building software that meets business needs.
Kanban - By focusing your efforts on working on fewer items at the same time, you will get more done. Lots more actually. And you will feel less stressed.
Lean - Mindmapping used for visual tracking of test coverage, testing sessions, feature priorities, and status reports.
Waterfall - A linear approach to software development. In this model the testing starts only after the development is complete.
On Software Testing
Many people have a very basic understanding of the nature of software testing. On the one hand, they often want from testers to demonstrate "measurable results" like test plans, test cases or to describe the approach which will be used when testing their software product. Having a test plan, test cases or a scripted approach represents only the small visible part of an iceberg. On the other hand, the bigger plan which remains inside the tester's mind is actually the most significant part of the real software testing. Good software testers can quickly find many important bugs without even following a strict test plan or executing test cases, simply because they know what they are doing.
We encourage you to have a look at the following video, which will help you gain a better understanding of the fundamental software testing processes. It is a rather fun to watch video and definitely not a boring lecture.
It’s more important to have the right people involved than it is to follow the process exactly