Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC): Benefits and Major Testing Steps

Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC): Benefits and Major Testing Steps

Software testing is a process of checking if the actual software behavior meets requirements and matches the expectations. These tests are performed on the basis of documented requirements of a customer. But how the software testing life cycle looks like? Does it have something in common with the software development life cycle? What benefits do …

Software Testing Methodologies: Which One To Choose?

Software testing methodologies

Just as the process of software development, the phase of software testing is also based on a specific methodology. Various combinations of principles, ideas, methods, and concepts that help you during the working process is what we have in mind when using this term. Nowadays, there are dozens of software testing methodologies each with different start …

Clutch Recognizes XB Software as a Top Software Testing Firm

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Great news! Clutch, a Washington, DC-based B2B research firm, has recently published an updated report on top software testing companies. XB Software was featured among the selected group of testing companies from around the globe as a top software testing firm. We have already been declared one of the top 15 Belarus-based software development companies by …

The Cost of Bugs: Why You Can’t Ignore Software Testing

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Since the complexity of the IT infrastructure increases, due to the overall number of the integrated systems, the need for software testing grows respectively. The number and the complexity of the required tests grow, which considerably slows down product release. On the other hand, almost all companies aim to reduce software release time. That’s why the extension …

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Spiral Model

software development life cycle spiral model

Spiral Model is not so well-known as other SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) models such as Scrum or Kanban, for example. And here’s the reason. Spiral Model can be pretty costly to use and doesn’t work well for small projects. It’s a risk-driven model which means that the overall success of a project highly depends on …