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A Journey into Continuous Integration & Testing | Unleashed TechnologiesA constant challenge for the Quality Assurance Specialist is to remove the notion that testing is a financial drain and time bottleneck that is a threat to product delivery. My counter-argument has always been that post-release bug fixes from poorly or even untested software are more expensive and also reputation damaging. 

Atomic Design in Mind - Unleashed TechnologiesUnderstandable, flexible and maintainable code is something we all strive for but it can begin to become unmanageable when your project grows or gets passed between many hands. A shaky foundation leads to a toppled building.

What is User acceptance testing | Unleashed Technologies
I think you will agree with me when I say, in the software, website, and application development world nearly everything seems to be complicated and confusing. Or is it? Well, it turns out that user acceptance testing (UAT) is fairly straightforward. In this definitive guide, we will explain UAT step-by-step.

Quality Assurance Throughout DiscoveryQuality Assurance (QA) is more than a project phase. Elements of Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QC) are peppered throughout the lifecycle of any project or initiative including Sales and Discovery. QA during discovery is the foundation of ensuring that quality will be systematically built into the product.

The Art of Consolidated FeedbackQuality Assurance (QA) is a critical part of every web project and initiative. It establishes that code fulfills business expectations through scope, as well as functions, performs and displays in accordance with the objectives set as the metrics for success.

Quality Assurance on the web, often referred to as QA, is a proof and review of a product or deliverable - in our case web applications and websites. QA is independent of the design and development processes in order to test a product’s many uses in the myriad of ways an enduser, especially those unfamiliar with the software, might. The QA process is expected to discover design issues and development errors while testing a product’s user interface (UI) and gauging the user experience (UX).


As the number of internet connected devices continues to rise Quality Assurance (QA)’s job of testing projects gets wider. Numerous hardware and software manufacturers across many electronics brands now need to be included in development testing and deemed compatible with final deliverables. While it is impossible to physically test on every smart device it is important to identify a few key systems to test rigorously. Here are five mobile user testing points to inspect before your next development project is delivered.


Today’s web development is rightly focusing in on mobile-first design because of the rise in the number of devices being produced and the quantity of mobile internet browsers. As smartphone technology has improved over the past few years so have end-user’s expectations about what they can accomplish while using their mobile device, from completing e-commerce transactions to collaborating on shared files.


With thousands of interested eyes focused on your online presence it is very important that these end-users are not disappointed during any online interaction with your site. This is accomplished by undertaking a thorough review/quality assurance process to detect any issues before a visitor does.


Quality Assurance, paying precise attention to an expected output, has its roots in Guilds and their manufacturing processes during the Middle Ages. However, it was only seventy years ago that safety concerns over high-volume production of the United States’ military equipment began to appear and forced the service to enact MIL-STD-105.