What is Early Testing: Test Early, Test Often BUT How? (A Practical Guide)

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What is Early Testing?

Software testing should start early in the Software Development Life Cycle. This helps to capture and eliminate defects in the early stages of SDLC i.e requirement gathering and design phases. An early start to testing helps to reduce the number of defects and ultimately the rework cost in the end.

The various aspects of Early Testing which would help the QA Managers and Leads while developing or devising the Testing Strategy document in SDLC are explained here.

Adoption of Early Test will immensely result in the successful delivery of a Quality Product.

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Shift-Left of Quality: How is it Equally Important as Shift-Left in Testing?

Shift-left of Quality and How it is Equally Important as Shift-left in Testing

Introduction to Shift-Left Of Quality:

An overview of ‘shift-left in Quality’ and the differences between the concept of shift-left in testing and quality is explained in detail in this tutorial.

We have heard a lot of people talking about the concept of ‘Shift-left in Testing’. Well, we all understand what it is, but for the benefit of those who are new to this term or concept, let me explain in simple terms.

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