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How to Write a Test Plan Document from Scratch (Download a Real Plan) – Live Project QA Training Day 3

After introducing our readers to the live application for our free online software testing training, we came to know about how to review SRS and write test scenarios.

And now it’s the right time to dive deeper into the most important part of the software testing live cycle – i.e. Test Planning.

Most Important Phase of Testing – Creating a Test Plan:

In today’s article, we are going to see how to write a test plan document.  Continue reading →

How to Review SRS Document and Create Test Scenarios – Software Testing Training on a Live Project – Day 2

This is the second tutorial in our ‘free online software testing training on a live project’ series. If you are new here please check the first introduction tutorial: End to End Software Testing Training on a Live Project.


Let us now get into a detailed analysis of how an SRS walkthrough happens, what is it that we need to identify from this step, what pre-steps we need to take before we begin, what are the challenges we could face etc. in a detailed manner.

SDLC’s Design Phase:

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The Beginner’s Guide to Writing a Perfect Software Testing Resume (with Free Sample Resume)

A commonly asked question, mostly by newcomers into IT, is- “Do you have a sample software testing resume that I can use?”

Sure, we all learn by seeing. To begin with, we need to establish a point of reference, so there is no harm in checking out someone else’s resume.  However, relying completely on it and trying to tailor it to suit our needs is not always the best way to create our own resume.

Software testing CV

How would it be if I took a picture of a perfect looking person and photoshopped my face to it – it just would not be right, would it? The same rationale applies here.

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Using Software Testing Checklists to Ensure Software Quality – Sample Checklists Included

Software Testing QA Checklists:

Today we bring to you another quality tool that is so often underused that we thought we would rehash details about it in the hope that it regains its lost glory. It is ‘Check List’.

Definition:  A checklist is a catalog of items/tasks that are recorded for tracking. This list could be either ordered in a sequence or could be haphazard.

Checklists are part and parcel of our daily lives. We use them in various situations from grocery shopping, to having a to-do list for the day’s Continue reading →

How to Create Requirements Traceability Matrix – Exact Process with Sample TM Template

Traceability Matrix – How to Create and Use It

Today’s session is about an important QC tool, that is either over-simplified (read overlooked) or over-emphasized – Traceability Matrix(TM).

Most often, the making, reviewing or sharing of a Traceability Matrix is not one of the primary QA process deliverables – so it is not majorly concentrated on, thus causing the under-emphasis. On the contrary, some clients expect a TM to reveal earth-shattering facets about their product (under test) and are disappointed.

“When used right, a Traceability Matrix can be your GPS for your QA journey”.

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