Can You Hear the Bug? – An Intro to Audio Software Testing

Who is an audio software tester and what is it that they do? Delve into the specifics of audio testing.

Laura Glück-Radičević

Process vs. Improvisation in Software Testing

Strike a balance between process and improvisation in software testing, and create a thorough, efficient, and adaptable testing approach. 

Endrina Eskić

Getting Started with Accessibility Testing

From the tools for reviewing the state of your product to writing test cases – here's our quick guide to getting started with accessibility testing.

Stela Cvijanović

Don’t Think Twice, Take the ISTQB Foundation Level Exam

Since getting certified, I have gained more confidence, made progress in my work, and implemented the learnings to the projects I'm working on.

Endrina Eskić

Start Building Accessible and Inclusive Digital Products

Limited accessibility restricts a huge portion of popularity from using digital products to order food, use mobile banking, or get a cab. Changing that is everyone's business.

Emanuel Loborec

The Challenges of Testing an IoT App Using Bluetooth

Apps like the Philips Master Connect app which use Bluetooth as a core functionality come with a special set of challenges for QA engineers.

Filip Ambruš

Why Red Bull Is Better at Agile than You: Agile Principles in F1

If something as complex as building the fastest Formula 1 in the world can be done using Agile, it can definitely work for your next software development project.

Martina Šnajder
Negative Scenario in Software Testing

Negative Scenarios in Software Testing: Best Practices

A well-planned and structured QA strategy should always include negative scenarios in software testing to make sure all areas are covered.

Zhivorad Trajanovski

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Testing Flutter Apps – A QA Guide

This one is for all the QAs wondering how to approach testing in Flutter and what to focus on.

Endrina Eskić

How to Get Along with Developers without Group Therapy: A QA Guide

Developers and testers, like artists and critics, are said to be in a perpetual state of conflict. Find out how these two sides can get along!

Endrina Eskić

Is Google Project Management: Professional Certificate Worth the Hype?

It promises to have you job-ready in less than six months without a degree or previous experience in project management.

Luka Marić

Is There a Point to Story Points?

Story points are a common metric in agile project development; find out how to use them to your benefit.

Luka Marić

FAQ about QA

Everything you always wanted to know about the role of a software tester.

Dino Vinković

What (Not) to Expect from Agile Transformation?

Agile isn’t a silver bullet for making organizations more efficient.

Ivan Kosovec

Writing API Tests? Postman Delivers

Whether you’re new to testing or a seasoned vet, Postman improves your testing skills.

Mario Milutin

The Right Way to Take Over a Legacy Project

Discover the most common challenges and misconceptions around legacy projects, and how our team worked through them.

Luka Marić

5 Advantages of Dedicated Teams on Software Development Projects

Do you know which pricing model is best suited for which kind of project?

Goran Kovačević

Projects Becoming Products and the Evolving Management Behind Them

It takes a whole set of skills to deliver a competitive product to this market.

Nikolina Kentrić

Want Better Collaboration on Development Projects? Try BDD

Feel like software development teams often behave like children throwing tantrums? Try behaviour-driven development to improve collaboration.

Neven Matas

Dealing With Creative Block – 10 Strategies to Get Back on Track

Stuck without a clear vision how to solve a problem, many of us call it quits. How to work around the creative block and get back on track?

Ana Valjak