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We Are Moolya – Our Values

Moolya means VALUE. Who is the creator of value at any setup? Everyone who is a part of the ecosystem contributes to the creation of value. The recipient of the value created is all those who are involved in the business, the [...]

Break Your Assumptions

We testers generally follow (even when we wouldn’t want to) a custom of making assumptions about the product under test. We are smart enough to reckon things by ourselves (Our rich oracles maybe, or maybe not?), so anything which is unfamiliar [...]

My Three Years @ Moolya

It gives me immense pleasure in saying I have completed 3 +years in Moolya I had to rewind my memory cells today. Rewinding about how I started my career with Moolya. This thought forces me to think about all the exciting [...]

Why is it important for testers to learn AI?

We are thrilled by the number of participants joining our training on AI Basics for Testers. We have more than 2500 testers from the community, which includes Test Architects, Sr Managers, Data Scientists and CTO's participating in the training sessions. We had the [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

The little things in Software Testing

If you are new to software testing, there might be a few caveats and nuggets of wisdom you might not be aware of or might be knowing them but not truly grasp the extent of their importance. A good tester picks [...]

Leveraging App Reviews

As a beginner to Software Testing, I was asked to test a mobile app for practice. Being a novice to this field, out of my pride I thought I was smart to think “out of the box”. I reported bugs after [...]