Lately all the bees have been talking about a popular buzzword: QA. As you may know, “QA” is the acronym for Quality Assurance. (Every good buzzword needs an acronym, right?) It’s also commonly known as, or related to, Quality Management.
Quality Assurance (QA) and User Acceptance Testing (UAT) are sometimes underestimated in the importance of a project. Not to mention, they can be mistakenly left until the end of the project lifecycle. But both are imperative to success. So what’s the difference between them, and when should they take place?
Whether it's Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or another option, we all have a browser we use most often. Many of us rely on personal preference, but sometimes our employers, schools or other organizations make the decision for us. Because of this, it is imperative to test websites – not only in different browsers, but on different devices.