How Software Testing is More of an Art than Science
Does Software Testing is a science? Many will answer “YES” Software Testing is a science since it's part of the engineering team, you have to follow certain procedures, and instructions and create a traceability matrix, Let's assume that you are
How Verification and Validation are Different in Software Testing?
While it is the main job of testers to "Verify" that the requirement is implemented as per the need documented by the business analyst, what if the requirement itself is not aligned with the market expectation or customer need, In
How to test without requirments?
Imagine that you are a part of a QA team, and you are involved to test a complex project, but when you asked about the requirements, the team told you “Sorry we didn’t document the requirements”, This situation is very
Quality Assurance – When you Don’t have time?
Everyone who works around the Software Development life cycle knows that testing is an important part of the process and it’s not an optional phase, but despite its importance, There are many cases where there is no time for testing
What Changed in software tesing in the last 25 years ?
In 1979 Glenford J. Myers initially introduced the separation of debugging from testing, the goal was to separate fundamental development activities such as debugging from verification, Then the concept of testing as Design, Planning, construction, maintenance, and execution of tests
When you don’t do proper testing of a software
Not doing proper testing of your software is possible, but it might cause money and people, Many disasters can happen because of the lack of software testing, The bugs that cause this disaster might not be major bugs, but just
Why Exploratory Testing is Necessary?
Many Think of testing as some predefined test cases to be executed so we can ensure quality, so If we want to test a calculator we create test cases for each combination then a simple calculator can have million test