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How to Write Test Strategy Document (with Sample Test Strategy Template)

A strategy plan for defining the testing approach, what you want to accomplish and how you are going to achieve it.

This document removes all uncertainty or vague requirement statements with a clear plan of approach for achieving the test objectives. Test strategy is one of the most important documents for QA team. Writing it effectively is a skill every tester should achieve in their career.  Continue reading →

Software Test Estimation Techniques (Test Effort Estimation Complete Guide)

For the success of any project test estimation and proper execution is equally important as the development cycle. Sticking to the estimation is very important to build a good reputation with the client.

Experience plays a major role in estimating “software testing efforts”. Working on varied projects helps to prepare an accurate estimation of the testing cycle. Obviously one cannot just blindly put some number of days for any testing task. Test estimation should be realistic and accurate.

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Types of Risks in Software Projects

Are you developing any Test plan or test strategy for your project? Have you addressed all risks properly in your test plan or test strategy?

As testing is the last part of the project, it’s always under pressure and time constraint. To save time and money you should be able to prioritize your testing work. How will prioritize testing work? For this, you should be able to judge more important and less important testing work. How will you decide which work is more or less important? Here comes need of risk-based testing.

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SQA Processes. How to Test complete application?

Is there any standard procedure to test the application as a whole? Or How can I test complete application right from the requirement gathering?

Here are the broad steps to test the application: These are the standard SQA processes to be followed in any application testing.

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