Usually, you expect a high-quality product ready for end users, when applying to a software development company. But to accomplish a project on time, some companies may shotcut testing activities. So after the code is implemented, there is a high possibility of bugs occurrence. Why does this happen?
Focusing mainly on coding, a software development company runs a risk to estimate the scope of testing, its lifecycle, and required means peripherally.
Being aware of software specifics, development and internal testing teams may provide biased quality evaluation.
To learn how to ensure a high quality of developed software and minimize the risks of bug detection by end users after software release, attend the online webinar prepared by QATestLab Program Manager Ivanna Kyryk. Make assurance double sure!