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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $950 - Posted
Looking for a code review to be carried out. The review should asses the style, formatting, naming, test coverage, with particular focus on hours of coding required for search and transfer functions. The review should also answer the following questions: Design How does the new code fit with the overall architecture? Does the code follow SOLID principles, Domain Driven Design? What design patterns are used in the new code? Are these appropriate? If the codebase has a mix of standards or design styles, does this new code follow the current practices? Is the code migrating in the correct direction, or does it follow the example of older code that is due to be phased out? Is the code in the right place? For example, if the code is related to Orders, is it in the Order Service? Could the new code have reused something in the existing code? Does the new code provide something we can reuse in the existing code? Does the new code introduce duplication? If so, should it be refactored to a more reusable pattern, or is this acceptable at this stage? Is the code over-engineered? Does it build for reusability that isn’t required now? How does the team balance considerations of reusability with YAGNI? Readability & Maintainability Do the names (of fields, variables, parameters, methods and classes) actually reflect the thing they represent? Can I understand what the code does by reading it? Can I understand what the tests do? Do the tests cover a good subset of cases? Do they cover happy paths and exceptional cases? Are there cases that haven’t been considered? Are the exception error messages understandable? Are confusing sections of code either documented, commented, or covered by understandable tests (according to our preference)? Functionality Does the code actually do what it was supposed to do? If there are automated tests to ensure correctness of the code, do the tests really test the code meets the agreed requirements? Does the code look like it contains subtle bugs, like using the wrong variable for a check, or accidentally using an and instead of an or? The above must be assessed with reference to the following: Are there potential security problems with the code? Are there regulatory requirements that need to be met? For areas that are not covered with automated performance tests, does the new code introduce avoidable performance issues, like unnecessary calls to a database or remote service? Does the author need to create public documentation, or change existing help files? Have user-facing messages been checked for correctness? Are there obvious errors that will stop this working in production? Is the code going to accidentally point at the test database, or is there a hardcoded stub that should be swapped out for a real service?
Skills: Functional testing Software QA Testing Software Testing
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Looking for an expert QA & Testing Consultant for checking our newly created e-com travel market portal and advise us for all types of security issues, loop holes, redundancy, latency, backup, clusters, hosting, UI design, look and feel, load balancing, response time etc. pretty much all aspects of our platform before we officially launch it. We are requesting candidates with 92% rating with over 1,500 hours on Upwork, verifiable work refs with solid and professional QA & Testing expertise to apply preferably from US region. Anyone else will be declined. We are looking for immediate hire. The budget is only a placeholder
Skills: Functional testing HTML5 Manual Test Execution Network Security
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
Looking for experienced QA to test our e-commerce site, responsibilities include: 1. Run SRG/LRG test cases regularly and report results 2. Automate MATS test for our site 3. Perform deferent kinds of tests regularly including functional/performance/usability tests Should have experience doing both manual tests and automations.
Skills: Functional testing Manual Test Execution QA Engineering Software QA Testing
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $50,000 - Posted
Our testing team and vision is exploding. Are you passionate about software testing and software test automation? We are hiring a QA Test Engineers to work in our software development organization in one-of-a-kind, fun and fast-paced environment in XB-SOFTWARE. Our Test Engineers are challenged with finding creative testing solutions in the cutting-edge industry. We are looking for well-rounded, testers to join the ranks of our innovative testing team responsible for testing our Web, Mobile and Desktop applications. XB-Software releases approximately 100 apps in a week to be tested by you,- the job is quite easy, you just download and test for few minutes our new apps and games and give us your feedback so we can improve them, and Get Paid. All apps are FREE. To your success,
Skills: Functional testing Performance testing Software Testing
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an entry level individual who can test a mobile application created,provided to him for testing in AT&T postpaid network from anywhere in the United States. Basic test activities like URL responses,app behaviour,UI experience feedback etc. The job mainly requires online co-ordination between the tester and a team of engineers(based out in India) through Skype or telephone. Time required per day-- 1 to 2hours Project Duration --
Skills: Functional testing Performance testing Usability testing