Testing is a critical part of any development process. It is aimed to check whether the actual results match the expected outcomes. Testing provides stakeholders with relevant data about the quality of the service/product under test.
The same fully applies to QA testing. QA engineers work hard to make sure that the agency is providing the best possible service/product to clients. While this statement is obvious to some people, it may seem too vague and broad to others. Someone will say that everyone can do the testing. So, in this posting, we have decided to talk about why we need QA testing, examine some of its specifics in order to help you understand its role in software development, and see the value it can bring to your project.
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