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March 5th, 2018 — Testing Methodologies, Testing Tips and Resources, Types of Testing
Exploratory Testing Tours: How to Ensure a High-Quality Software Product using Exploratory Test Tours
Exploratory testing is not a testing methodology. Rather it is an approach to quality verification.
The procedure of exploratory testing execution resembles the discovery and investigation of any software product.
During exploratory testing, a QA specialist examines a product, designs tests, executes test cases, and analyzes the test results simultaneously. Continue reading →
January 29th, 2018 — Basics of Software Testing, Testing Methodologies, Testing Tips and Resources
A Complete Overview of End-to-End QA Software Testing Process Flow:
Note – We are re-publishing this useful post with updated content.
The job of a software testing professional is not an easy one. It is filled with challenges, which is equally demanding as well. Testers are supposed to be alert and enthusiastic in each and every phases of the application lifecycle.
Though there are challenges, there are several tremendous opportunities as well to learn and explore the various aspects of testing methodologies, processes and of course the software in detail.
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January 5th, 2018 — Quality Assurance, Testing Concepts, Testing Methodologies
Introduction to IQ-OQ-PQ:
IQ, OQ, and PQ constitute the 3Q’s of Software Validation Process.
As testers we all know that the Software Development Team develops the software in-house as per the Software Requirements Specification (SRS), Functional Specification and later the Testing Team verifies the implementation at different levels of testing at various testing environments, from simplest to the high end, which thereby replicates the production environment. Continue reading →
December 21st, 2017 — Basics of Software Testing, Testing Concepts, Testing Methodologies, Web Testing
Introduction to Field Validation Table (FVT) test design technique:
In this digital world, “QUALITY” is the term that is more widely used in any industry.
Any organization for that matter always thinks and works on how quality can be ensured with their product or how a quality product can be delivered or how the quality of the product can be improvised? No matter whether it’s a customer or an end user or common people, everyone expects quality in whatever they buy.
The prime goal of any organization is to serve the business with good quality. Continue reading →
December 18th, 2017 — Testing Best Practices, Testing Methodologies
The new Shift Left Testing, a DevOps mantra in Software Development:
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. Continue reading →
October 12th, 2017 — Database Testing, Testing Methodologies, Types of Testing
Overview of Data Migration Testing:
It is quite often heard that an application is moved to a different server, the technology is changed, it is updated to the next version or moved to different database server etc.,
- What does this actually mean?
- What is expected from the testing team in these situations?
From the testing point of view, it all means that the application has to be tested thoroughly end-to-end along with migration from the existing system to the new system successfully. Continue reading →
September 11th, 2017 — Testing Concepts, Testing Methodologies, Types of Testing
With the help of this article, I am going to cover one of the important Integration Approach – Incremental Testing.
By the end of this section, the audience will have a fair knowledge of following:
- What is Incremental Testing?
- Its Objective
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March 23rd, 2017 — Testing Methodologies, Web Testing
SOA Testing Tutorial:
In this article, we are going to discuss the testing techniques for an SOA architecture.
Current day software are so versatile and prone to handle changing user expectations every now then, a standalone model is not useful.
There is where SOA fits right in as the solution.
That’s the reason why, a lot of companies are adapting or trying to adapt the SOA approach because of its advantages such as; Cost cutting, Business agility, easy maintenance etc. With the upcoming market full of SOA architecture, it becomes necessary for the Modern day testers to get a fair idea on the SOA testing.
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March 6th, 2017 — Agile Testing, Testing Methodologies
The Detailed Comparison of Kanban vs Scrum vs Agile
Do you want to complete your projects efficiently, in time? Are you stuck in a complex project? Circling around in a fast paced and ever changing environment? Did someone tell you to follow an agile methodology to end all these hiccups?
When it comes to an agile methodology, different people have different sets of opinions. Some say, Kanban; some say, Scrum. There you go! Another confusion.
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January 27th, 2017 — Testing Best Practices, Testing Concepts, Testing Methodologies, Types of 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? Continue reading →