By now, we all know that for a tester, documentation is an integral part of his daily life. There is an overload of testing artifacts that are created, reviewed, approved, used, maintained and distributed. We always have clear-cut processes laid out for how to create a document, how to use it, who should it go to, etc.
Through this article, we are going to shed some light on the small but important topic – Reviews.
Reviewing is a form of testing too – the verification part of the V&V also called static testing.
Types of Reviews:
- Reviewing your own work – Self Checking
- Peer- review