Windows Hardware Quality Labs or WHQL is Microsoft's testing process which involves in running a set of tests on third-party hardware or software application, and submitting the log files from these tests to Microsoft for review. Products that pass the WHQL tests get to use a"Certified for Windows" logotype, which certifies
Behavior-driven development (BDD) is a software development process that has come out of the software engineering methodology of test-driven development (TDD). BDD (behavior-driven development) is largely facilitated through the use of a simple domain-specific language (DSL) using natural language constructs (e.g., English-like sentences)
Every product should go through quality assurance or testing, before going to market, to make sure that the product is developed as per expectations. This involves various testing phases such as build testing, smoke/sanity testing, feature testing, regression testing and sometimes products need to go through performance testing as well. All these phases help
2016 saw some key trends emerging in the testing and validation domain. There were several advancements in this field which led to companies embracing agile testing methodologies and various other test automation techniques. I have attempted to capture some of the test automation trends which had an impact on the industry in 2016
Storage industry funding: A report from IDC states that the External Storage Market Witnessed a Significant Year-on-Year Growth (16 percent) due to Increased Spending across Verticals in Q3 2015. The enterprise storage industry has been witnessing an uprise in the...