Posted In — Manual Testing, Testing Methodologies, Testing Tips and resources
6 years ago, while working with a medium sized MNC, when I suggested to document test scenarios rather than wasting time on preparing full proof document called test cases, all the heads turned to me in annoyance. The look on the faces was clearly conveying that I made a big mistake by suggesting it. Although no one denied the idea but no one even accepted. Everyone felt that following the tradition, i.e. writing test case document, would be safer. I could not argue.
After 4 years, the company received a testing project, where the only constraint was time and only expectation was full proof Continue reading →
Posted In — Automation Testing, Testing best practices
Now is the era of test automation. Most of the testing projects are trying to translate their manual test cases to automated one to improve productivity and coverage.
One of the key steps to commence automation testing is – selecting the appropriate test cases and determining the ROI (Return of Investment).
What to expect from this article?
In this article, I have tried to cite down few important points based on my experience to help you select the correct candidate of Continue reading →
Posted In — Mobile Testing, Types of testing
Introduction to Mobile Application Testing:
Gone are the days when the telephone used to be an appliance that sat in a corner and had to ring to get our attention or a computer was a machine only few people used – they are now an extension of our being- a window to the world and virtual servants that do as they are told. Computers were a rage and changed how we humans thought, behaved, learnt and existed.
Mobile technology and smart devices are the trend now and will change the future of the world as we know it. We all can vouch for Continue reading →
Posted In — Bug Defect tracking, Software Testing Templates, Software Testing Training, Testing Life cycle
This is the concluding part of our “software testing training on a live project” series.
It is going to be about defects and also few remaining topics that will mark the completion of Test execution phase of the STLC.
In the previous article, while Test Execution was going on, we encountered a situation where the expected result of test case was not met. Also, we identified some unexpected behavior during exploratory testing.
What happens when we encounter these deviations?
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Posted In — Software Testing Training, Testing Life cycle
Today, in our software testing mini training course, we are progressing into the last stage of the STLC, which is the test execution.
You can check out the list of all tutorials posted in this free QA training series on this page: End to End software testing training on a live project.
Test execution is without doubt the most important and ‘happening’ phase in the STLC and also the entire Continue reading →
Posted In — Software Testing Templates, Software Testing Training, Testing Life cycle
Just to rehash what we have been doing so far – we are working our way through the Software Testing Training mini-course on a live project OrangeHRM.
In this free online QA training series so far, we are done with:
- SRS review,
- Test scenario/Test scope identification and
- Documented the Test plan.
Now, we have reached the part that is the real-deal, the test cases.
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