Test data is the data used to test a software application. It is used for positive testing to verify that the function delivers the expected results as directed and for negative testing to test if the software can handle any unexpected or unusual inputs. Around 15 percent of the total…Read More..
Over the last two decades, we have witnessed considerable advancements in software testing. While many things have changed, we are yet to witness improvement in a few areas. One such area is Test Documentation. One thing that product teams deliberate on is testing via documented test cases is traceable. While…Read More..
Often, a dedicated testing department is a lateral entrant vis-à-vis others in product development. Our regular insightful discussions with prospective clients regarding the testing process elucidate that the existing testing teams need support in defining and implementing a process that optimizes the QA practice to transition them to a Target…Read More..
A paradigm approach to bring testing early in the application development, to assist in finding the bugs sooner than expected during the cycle is all a part of Shift left Testing. The term 'Shift left Testing' is perhaps a misnomer. The word ‘shift’ signifies movement or rather indicates removing something…Read More..
One of the key deliverables or a major activity for a tester is to produce test cases and defect reports. Different teams follow different styles of documenting test cases and these test cases are further used not only by testers but also by the development teams as well as the…Read More..
Metrics are the quantitative measures that provide a high-level understanding of the performance of a project or application. In a software project, it is crucial to measure the quality, cost, and effectiveness of the project. Testing metrics provide visibility to the overall health and readiness of the product, which helps…Read More..