5 Deadly Mistakes in Requirements Management and How to Overcome Them

Deadly Mistakes in Requirements Management !! (3)

Explore the ways to tackle the 5 Deadly Mistakes in Requirements Management (with Examples):

Every major standard, certification, and regulatory organization mentions the need and importance of well-defined requirements in the product development process.

Indeed there are numerous sources that devote to requirements and best practices.

However, yet years of experience have shown that companies still struggle not only with writing but also with managing requirements and integrating them into their product development process.

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Quality Quotient of a Tester: 22 Core Strengths to Be a Good Tester

Quality Quotient

This tutorial gives you a list of characteristic features that any tester must possess to become a good tester. And these features, in turn, help a lot in determining the Quality Quotient of a Tester.

Why am I talking ONLY about a Tester? And Why not a Developer or any other role?

I just feel that all the work involved in SDLC in delivering a software is quite simple when compared to the responsibility of a Tester. 

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Shift Left Testing: A Secret Mantra for Software Success

Shift Left Approach

The new Shift Left Testing, a DevOps mantra in Software Development:

A quick Recap of all the video tutorials in DevOps was explained in our earlier tutorial. Now, we will see about Shift left testing.

When I use the term ‘Shift Left’, you might be wondering what am I referring to Shift Left in a software??

2+ decades ago, when I started my career as a software tester there was no separate ‘Testing Phase’ for Software development and Testers Role never used to exist at all. Developers used to develop the software, test themselves and make a software release.

Further Reading => Informative DevOps Tutorial Series

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Defect Prevention Methods and Techniques

Defect Prevention methods

Effective Defect Prevention Approach and the Critical Views:

Quality Assurance is the term that is commonly used to address the testing teams in IT projects.

Technicalities aside, Quality assurance activities are not just targeted at defect identification (which is finding defects after they have happened. This simply is testing or Quality control) but also include defect prevention (making sure the defects do not happen in the first place or the defects are removed/reduced before making their way into the software product).

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Context Driven Testing: 7 Basic Principles with an Example

What is context-driven testing

7 Basic Principles of Context-Driven Testing With an Example:

When I drive to the airport, I usually take the freeway that will get me there in the minimum time and avoids tolls. But that day, I took a longer local road route with a toll. Because I wanted a few extra minutes with my friend on the drive, who traveled a very long distance to spend the weekend with our family. The normal worst choice, in this case, turned out to be the best one.

But, consider this.

What if I was low on gas? 

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