Bug reporting is central to testing. The bug report, whether oral or written, is the single most visible outcome of testing. And the quality of your reports is probably the single most important factor that determines your credibility as a … Learn more
At the beginning of the project, you don’t yet know how to test it. To develop a relevant test strategy, you must learn the product. There may be many ways for you to learn about the product—by attending meetings, talking to … Learn more
This is a process guide for creating a good test plan within the RST methodology. It consists of seven tasks. The tasks can be performed in any order, or simultaneously and iteratively.
The HTSM (v.5.7.5) is a set of guideword heuristics designed to help you think better about test strategy. It includes four focus areas: test techniques, project elements, product elements, and quality criteria categories. You can use it casually or rigorously. … Learn more
In the beginning, there was testing. No one distinguished between exploratory and scripted testing. Jerry Weinberg’s 1961 chapter about testing in his book, Computer Programming Fundamentals, depicted testing as inherently exploratory and expressed caution about formalizing it. He wrote, “It is, of course, … Learn more