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Dear iOS developers, ready to face App Store?

When we talk about iOS devices, things are vastly different when compared to Android. From the Airdrop feature to App Store submission process, everything is highly secure and reliable for the users. All these constitute to a great user experience. But the story is not the same from a developers and testers end. Expectations of [...]

A great start to the year

It has been a great beginning for Moolya as we start this year by adding four big names from the industry to our customer list – HDFC, Diesel, Bheem App and Hike.

Woman’s day @Moolya

Moolya celebrated Women’s Day with fun activities organized for all the women testers in the house.

Moolya at ATA Global Testing Retreat 2017

Global Testing Retreat(GTR) is a global QA and Testing Professional Conference featuring not only real world experience and thought leadership in the QA and Testing industry but a chance to participate in various testing, agile and sports competitions. Last year Ramit Manohar Kaul, VP Testing, represented Moolya and won 2nd runner up award for Testing Leadership at #ATAGTR2016. This year we [...]

A Case Of User Field Testing

“An Italian design company best known for luxury clothing aimed at young adults, is internationally acclaimed for its jeans wear. Head quartered in Braganze, Italy, the brand has the presence in over 80 countries, with over 400 company-owned stores worldwide.” - website Moolya partnered with this international brand to test their first Customer Loyalty App [...]

Is Outsourcing Testing A Good Idea??

How many parents would grade their child lower than others? – A Few How many teachers would give an unbiased rating to their own students?  - Maybe Many How many strangers would be unbiased in grading two students, neither being taught by them? – ALL! Most, if not all of you will agree with the [...]

Importance Of Documentation In The Life Of A Tester  

During my initial testing days, I did not show much interest in preparing documents and I have come across many others who shared the same thoughts. What do we mean by a testing documentation? I define it as “ a proof that speaks about the tests we perform” If a tester maintains the document for the [...]

A Few Challenges Experienced By Beginners In Software Testing

To have an influential writing skill is one among the many skills and challenges for a practicing tester. With some dedicated practice, I improved my writing skills. As a result of which I was able to come up with this blog post by breaking my writing block. A few years back when I started my [...]

Factors which make or break a mobile app

Yes! You have a great Idea, but do you have a great APP?   Is the App UI simple & tested? The make or break of an App depends much upon the simplicity of the UI. The App should be so simple that a 10 year old should be able to understand the flow. Your [...]

Heuristics and Oracles in Software Testing

I will start this post by sharing these lines which I had read. After giving it a thought, I feel it is connected to the testing I do. “The test doesn’t find the bug. The tester finds the bug, and the test plays a role in finding the bug.” ~ Pradeep Soundararajan The above line [...]

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