Category Archives: Blog

Eating our own dogfood 3 – How do we plan what to test

Joonas Palomäki | 28 September, 2020

The article series Bark. This is the third article in our dogfooding series, and in this one, I’ll describe how we plan what to test – Design our manual test cases. If you haven’t yet…

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Eating our own dogfood 2 – from ideas to requirements and features

Joonas Palomäki | 12 August, 2020

The article series This is the second article in our dogfooding series, and here I’ll describe how we plan and track the features to be developed for the Testlab. One could call this a requirements…

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Eating our own dogfood – testing a test management tool

Joonas Palomäki | 8 June, 2020

The task at hand Before going deeper into canine culinary, let me open up our company’s background and tell you about our testing and QA a bit. Next to no company says it does not…

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Get more value out of automated testing

Meliora Team | 11 May, 2020

Automated testing takes advantage of computers’ ability to reliably conduct large numbers of simple tasks. Whereas manual testing requires humans to assess software functionalities and gather information from a user’s perspective, automated testing can go…

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We are hiring!

Meliora Team | 29 June, 2017

We need you Our mission is to provide best-of-class quality management tools to help you improve your quality. We are passionate about quality improvement and practical enough to aim for the best solutions. We are looking…

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How to: Work with bugs and other issues

Meliora Team | 9 September, 2014

Tester’s role in the project is often seen in two major areas: building confidence in that software fulfill its need and on the other hand finding parts where it does not, or might not. Just…

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Exploratory testing with Testlab

Meliora Team | 25 April, 2014

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Heartbleed: Testlab not affected

Meliora Team | 11 April, 2014

There has been a lot of discussions lately about serious security vulnerability CVE-2014-0160 commonly called Heartbleed. The issue resides in a commonly used cryptographic software library OpenSSL which potentially might compromise sensitive data such as user…

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CeBIT 2014 was great

Meliora Team | 19 March, 2014

Meliora Ltd participated in CeBIT 2014 – Europe’s premier tech trade show. We had a great opportunity to present Meliora Testlab to people and made a big number of interesting contacts. Today, well-designed and engineered,…

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Choosing the test management tool

Meliora Team | 4 February, 2014

Choosing the best option to oneself rarely is an easy one. The problem is similar when you are buying jeans for yourself and when you are choosing a software for your company – the salesman…

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