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Software testing

We've repositioned testing at the heart of software development to not only build quality but create value by preventing defects before they occur.

What are the characteristics of great testing?

Testing can be the biggest hurdle in any organization's journey towards continuous delivery. Most companies fail to cycle through testing, acceptance and regression quickly enough to release at the speed they need. We suggest integrating testing thoroughly into software development and systems management.

Testing

How does testing help businesses?

We are so passionate about evolving test suites and reducing effort that we built our own testing software.

A comprehensive test suite allows an organization to make complex and significant changes to their application and release with confidence.

“Twist is helping us add real value and functionality to the website, by helping us build robust regression tests. We tried it with FitNesse and Quality Center, but it never really worked.”

- Stuart Taylor,
Delivery Manager of AutoTrader

Testing automation in practice

A guide for test automation

Sathyan Sethu MadhavanBy Sathyan Sethu Madhavan

Specification by Example

Alister ScottBy Alister Scott

An introduction to Sahi: Part 1

Li XiangBy Li Xiang

An introduction to Sahi: Part 2

Li XiangBy Li Xiang

Service Testing for Enterprise Applications

Sathyan Sethu MadhavanBy Sathyan Sethu Madhavan

Test Assertions - How do they work?

Qin QihuiBy Qin Qihui

Creating automated test scripts with Ruby and WATIR

Jeremy SuarezBy Jeremy Suarez

Future of Test Automation Tools & Infrastructure

Anand BagmarBy Anand Bagmar

Acceptance test automation

Kristan VingrysBy Kristan Vingrys

DSLs for functional testing

Chad WathingtonBy Chad Wathington

Testing in the 21st Century

Manish KumarBy Manish Kumar

Testing Webinars

Turn your product vision into reality

Matt SimonsBy Matt Simons

Delivering business value through exploratory testing

Neil Ford and Chris StephensonBy Neil Ford and Chris Stephenson

Beyond the sprint

Michael Bolton and Chad WathingtonBy Michael Bolton and Chad Wathington