We've worked with QAwerk to handle the QA of our native desktop app. They've done a tremendous job and
even went out of their way to ensure the quality of the app. We'll continue working with them in the
Julien Berthomier, CEO &
Co-Founder at Station
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There's a real commitment to get the task done in a timeframe that is expected. The quality of the work is very high. I would certainly recommend working with QAwerk's team
Robert Severn, VP of Engineering at Evolv Technologies
The team is really supportive, and they are nice people, it's always nice to work with such people. They are really effective at what they do.
Sassoon Scheepers, Product Owner at Zazu Africa
QAwerk’s efforts enabled internal developers to eliminate bugs and improve the app’s stability. Communicative and accommodating, the team proved capable of identifying technical errors.
Alfonso Cobo, CEO at Unfold
We've worked with QAwerk to handle the QA of our native desktop app. They've done a tremendous job and even went out of their way to ensure the quality of the app. We'll continue working with them in the future.
Julien Berthomier, CEO & Co-Founder at Station
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What is exploratory testing?
Exploratory testing is an approach to software testing that allows QA engineers to learn, design, and execute tests simultaneously. By combining these mutually supportive activities and having the freedom to optimize test cases on the fly, software testers can uncover bugs that otherwise go unnoticed.
By playing around with user story sequences, exploratory testers can catch severe bugs that may cost tons of money unless detected on time.
Going far beyond the scope of scripted testing, exploratory testing helps discover 30% more major defects requiring immediate fixing, including missing buttons and misaligned input fields.
What is a test plan?
A test plan is a continuously updated document that describes the test strategy, objectives, schedule, estimation, deliverables, scope, and resources needed to perform quality software testing.
It serves as a blueprint for making the software testing process well-organized, transparent, and easily monitored.
The test plan contents vary based on the following factors:
– Organizational test policy
– Test strategy
– Software development life cycle model
– Testing scope
– Resources availability
Do you use bug tracking systems?
Of course, bug tracking tools allow us to:
– Create comprehensive in-depth reports
– Track history, comments, and work logs
– Store, retrieve, and organize info on bugs
At QAwerk, we mostly use Jira or Asana, depending on the project requirements. We can also work with the tool of our client’s choice.
What about security?
We guarantee your product’s security and keep all the vital software information you share with us for testing completely confidential.
Our sales managers will always offer you to sign an NDA before you disclose any sensitive information or pieces of code to QAwerk.