iTree Finance JSC has joined the program at the Gold Partnership level.
As of June 2014, ISTQB® has issued almost 354,000 certifications in over 100 countries world-wide, with a growth rate of more than 12,000 certifications per quarter.
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The ISTQB® General Assembly meeting of Budapest on 31st October voted and approved Mr. Graham Bath as Advanced Level Working Group Vice Chair
ISTQB® is proud to announce that the Winner of the ISTQB® International Software Testing Excellence Award 2014 is Mr. Capers Jones for his notable contributions in increasing public awareness of the importance of software engineering best practices and in contributing quantitative data to the international community. Capers is a well-known author and international public speaker and has designed a range of risk, cost, and quality estimation and measurement tools. During his extensive career Mr Capers Jones, along with his colleagues, has collected data from thousands of projects, hundreds of corporations, and dozens of government organizations. This historical data is a key resource for judging the effectiveness of software process improvement methods and also for calibrating software estimation accuracy.
The ISTQB® General Assembly meeting of London on 4 July approved Expert Level Syllabus - Test Automation - Engineering Version 2014 to be released. Download Syllabus and other available documents
The ISTQB® General Assembly meeting of London on 4 July approved ISTQB® Glossary Version 2.4. to be released. Download Glossary and other available documents
The General Assembly meeting of London 4 July approved the admission of Azerbaijan as a new ISTQB® member. Find the ISTQB® Board closest to you!
The General Assembly meeting of London 4 July approved the admission of Morocco as a new ISTQB® member. Find the ISTQB® Board closest to you
Kanban features some similarities to Scrum. In both frameworks, visualizing the active tasks (e.g., on a public whiteboard) provides transparency of content and progress of tasks. Tasks not yet scheduled are waiting in a backlog and moved onto the Kanban board as soon as there is new space (production capacity) available. Iterations or sprints are optional in Kanban. The Kanban process allows releasing its deliverables item by item, rather than as part of a release. Timeboxing as a synchronizing mechanism, therefore, is optional, unlike in Scrum, which synchronizes all tasks within a sprint. (*On Chapter 1.2 Aspects of Agile Approaches in Foundation Level Agile Tester Extension).
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Vodafone International Services has joined the program at the Platinum partnership level. See http://www.vodafone.com/
Testing through the cloud expands the reach of testing across geographical locations, with potentially limitless testing capability. With all these benefits come some additional challenges. From the testing point of view, what are these challenges? Leave your comment under this topic
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate and sense or interact with their internal states or the external environment. According to Gartner, Inc. The Internet of Things (IoT), which excludes PCs, tablets and smartphones, will grow to 26 billion units installed in 2020 representing an almost 30-fold increase from 0.9 billion in 2009. Due to complexity this is challenging for testing point of view.
There are lots of interconnected systems that are not under your control. As a tester, what is your Testing Strategy for testing in IoT? How to test there?