Software testing is a vast domain, but it can be thought of as two key buckets: automated testing and manual testing. Automated tests are run with scripts, enabling massive amounts of testing to be done rapidly. Whereas manual testing is performed by manually, and is much slower. Though these two approaches are different, each has its advantage and place in the QA world.
This article focuses on why both manual and automated testing are usually necessary to deliver a quality product and outlines why it is necessary to balance our manual and automated testing activities to achieve both the deployment speed and software quality. Read More
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