Test Automation Framework

Approach for Test Automation is used for building a strategy for automation starting from the Requirement phase till the deployment phase. Approach for automation begins with finding out the conditions and business rules given by the client and grouping similar conditions, business rules together as Test cases or Test Scenarios. Steps involved in Approach for Test Automation are as …

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Test Automation

Often when a test automation tool is introduced to a project, the expectations for the return on investment are very high. Project members anticipate that the tool will immediately narrow down the scope for software testing effort, meaning reducing cost and schedule. However, I have seen several implementations of test automation are fail – miserably.The …

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Task-Based Software Testing

Once in a Software Testing conference held in Banglore, India, the topic of discussion was “How to test software’s impact on a system’s mission effectiveness?” Mostly customers want systems that are: – On-time– Within budget– That satisfy user requirements– Reliable Latter two concerns (out of above four) can be refined into two broad objectives for …

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Regression Testing

Regression testing is the re-running of Test cases that a program has previously executed correctly, in order to detect failures spawned by changes or corrections made during software development and maintenance. These failures arise from incomplete or incorrect changes and are often witnessed as (unexpected) side effects in apparently unrelated application areas. It is common …

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Rapid Testing

Rapid testing is the testing software faster than usual, without compromising on the standards of quality. It is the technique to test as thorough as reasonable within the constraints. This technique looks at testing as a process of heuristic inquiry and logically speaking it should be based on exploratory testing techniques. Although most projects undergo …

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Software Testing Interview Questions – 1

Q1. What is Software Testing? Ans. Operation of a system or application under controlled conditions and evaluating the results. The controlled conditions must include both normal and abnormal conditions. It is oriented to detection. Q2. What is Software Quality Assurance? Ans. Software QA involves the monitoring and improving the entire software development process, making sure …

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Software Testing Process

Software Testing Process Below is a very basic software testing process. Many companies use this process. Later on I’ll post some more testing processes. 1. Understand of business logic and analysis of requirements   In this phase consider the following: Are the definitions and descriptions of the required functionalities precise? Is there clear delineation between …

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