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January 11th, 2015 — Testing best practices, Types of testing
Software Testing covers a wide range of areas where any verification or validation of software functionality can occur. Occasionally, non-functional aspects become less concerning over the functional aspects. They are not performed practically; simultaneously during software testing.
This article explains the added benefits of the quality of the software product during various scenarios in the software testing life-cycle when both functional and non-functional are taken simultaneously. Continue reading →
August 19th, 2014 — Career in software Testing, How to be a good tester, Tester vs Developer, Testing best practices, Testing Tips and resources
You are so lucky to be in testing, you won’t have to look after all these messy things – prototyping, client confirmation, development, logic.., – a frustrated developer
But I have to look after mess you create, – a frustrated tester
A long silence.
Most of the time, being in testing industry, we have felt mixed emotions – at a time it seems really easy and at a time it feels really difficult.
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July 7th, 2014 — Testing best practices
Sometimes, for various reasons, there are a lot of expectations that we set for ourselves that aren’t always true. These expectations often lead to a lot of disappointment and distress because none of them are going to be met, as they weren’t valid in the first place.
Today we want to list a few of them and also in a way start a forum for discussion on what the rest of us testing professionals think regarding this topic.
My personal experiences in the following areas listed tell me that I am on to something. But I would seek all of your opinion all the same. I Continue reading →
June 26th, 2014 — Testing best practices, Testing Tips and resources
How to Test Smarter?
Test teams do a great job, and under difficult circumstances, thanks to budget crunches, compressed schedules, and concerns about security and usability.
We can help testers do a better job — a smarter job — by encouraging them to refocus some of their efforts away from test documentation and use that time instead to expand exploratory and ad-hoc testing.
One of the biggest problems facing IT organizations today is the Continue reading →
June 2nd, 2014 — Testing best practices, Testing Tips and resources
Which of the following design will be helpful to pack the pizza, considering all the relevant terms? I pointed towards the three shapes (circle, pentagon and square) drawn on the paper and asked the candidate.
Carrying 2.5 years of experience in software testing, the candidate was expecting questions about testing (testing definitions, difference between priority and severity and ultimately bug life cycle). He thought for some time and then answered that as per him all the three designs were suitable for the pizza packing. I asked him to consider all the terms like cost, safety and delivery and still his answer was same. The interview was over.
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May 15th, 2014 — Bug Defect tracking, Tester vs Developer, Testing best practices
I am not going to spare her. She has rejected 7 bugs, I reported, within last three days. I know she is using personal grudges as professional sword……
A team mate was fuming and the discussion suddenly caught fire when couple of other team mates joined in sharing same experience with other developers. The team meeting turned a discussion point about bug rejection. After some discussion, we all decided to do a simple exercise to save ourselves from the humiliation of bug rejected, in future.
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