test management

Testing tools


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sz-BXpmT3Yk&t=2s 🔬🚀 Advancing Software Testing with ISTQB and SAP-Recommended Tools! 🚀🔬 ISTQB empowers professionals to excel in the ever-evolving field of software testing without prescribing specific tools? Watch closely as we highlight the game-changing SAP recommended testing tools: Tricentis qTest for manual testing and Tricentis Tosca for automated testing. 🎯 Unravel their unique advantages and

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testers skillsets


https://youtu.be/be6jAPqeoqE As promised, part 1 in the ISTQB 4.0: FOCUS on the TESTERS SKILLSETS & impact on testing SAP. Main message: ISTQB upgraded the standards based on JOB POSTINGs!!!, indicating the skills & toolsets organizations look for when recruiting testers: critical thinking, analytical skills, collaboration, independence, pride in delivering quality products, teamwork, and certification. Knowledge

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INTRODUCTION ON NEW SERIE: ISTQB FL 4.0 & it’s impact on SAP Testing

Discover the game-changing updates in the ISTQB Foundation Level 4.0 syllabus with a focus on their impact on SAP testing. Join us for an insightful video that explores the latest developments, industry-accepted practices, and their implications for your SAP testing journey. Highlights:1. Skillset transformation based on job postings, emphasizing critical thinking, collaboration, independence, and high-quality

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What is GO NOGO?

Meet GO NOGO, a group of experienced and certified test managers and coordinators who employ the most effective methods and tools for SAP testing. We work to find the right balance of manual and automated testing and collaborate with both internal and external teams to ensure the best results. By partnering with Tricentis, we are

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Testing Team

Manual testing should be performed by a combination of internal and external resources. The availability of resources and cost should be considered when determining the proportion of internal vs external testers. A common approach is to use external testers to find bugs and validate results, while internal testers validate the outcome of tests to ensure

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