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How to Organize your Test Data

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chad Patrick Dec 12, 2011. 2 Replies

we have a huge library of test data both generated inhouse and sample customer data collected over some period of time. Also new test data are added regularly.During testing a tester has to decide…Continue

Some interesting topics for our functional testing forum

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sharath Byregowda Nov 22, 2011. 3 Replies

Hi, group of tester in our company has initiated an internal functional testing forum where we meet every week for one hour and discusses any topic around testing.It is going well for now on as each…Continue

Exploratory Testing Using Tourist Metaphor

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kim Knup Mar 18. 10 Replies

I recently read the book ‘Exploratory Software testing’ by james whittaker. I really liked the concept of using tours for doing exploratory testing which seems to be more methodological than ad-hoc…Continue

Which Programming language a tester should know?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matt B Nov 18, 2011. 19 Replies

I have encountered at many blogs and discussion that its beneficial for a tester to have code understanding or can develop tools/simple application using it .If you want to suggest just one language…Continue

 

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Kim Knup replied to varun taparia's discussion Exploratory Testing Using Tourist Metaphor
"Seems to be  a James Whittaker themed day for me today! :) Not a bad thing at all! Thanks for the book link. I guess my comment regarding mind maps was more that I use them for exploratory testing and so the tour idea can be used…"
Mar 18
phil kirkham replied to varun taparia's discussion Exploratory Testing Using Tourist Metaphor
"Hmm,  not really like mind maps You could get the book if you want to read up on it in more detail or there's an overview of a lot of the tours here, see what you think and if you could make use of them. They can be useful…"
Mar 18
Kim Knup replied to varun taparia's discussion Exploratory Testing Using Tourist Metaphor
"Thanks for those links! I had not come across the touring metaphor before. It sounds like a variant on mind maps perhaps?  If anyone has any experience or successes or challenges with the touring metaphor I would be interested in hearing them.…"
Mar 18
Madhavi replied to varun taparia's discussion Exploratory Testing Using Tourist Metaphor
"please let me know , how the below concepts will work while doing exploratory testing on application The Tourist Metaphor “Touring” Tests Tours of the Business District Tours Through the Historical District Tours…"
Mar 16
phil kirkham replied to varun taparia's discussion Exploratory Testing Using Tourist Metaphor
"Try this and this Why did you dig up an old thread to post this? Just curious"
Mar 4
Chad Patrick replied to varun taparia's discussion How to Organize your Test Data
"The ability to transform 'data' into 'information' is a multi-billion dollar business and not one easily answered in a forum post.  However, perhaps if you provided some more insight into your situation, others may be able…"
Dec 12, 2011
Joe Strazzere replied to varun taparia's discussion How to Organize your Test Data
"Perhaps your library is too huge? As with all test assets, you want to weigh the value of keeping the data around versus the pain of weeding through the many sets trying to decide which one to use. Sometimes only a small few test data sets are…"
Dec 12, 2011
varun taparia posted a discussion

How to Organize your Test Data

we have a huge library of test data both generated inhouse and sample customer data collected over some period of time. Also new test data are added regularly.During testing a tester has to decide which dataset to select based on the intent of the test scenario or test cases.Generally it become difficult for the new tester to explore and identify the best dataset for testing based on context.With experience and usage senior tester has gained understanding about the characteristics of many…See More
Dec 12, 2011
Sharath Byregowda replied to varun taparia's discussion Some interesting topics for our functional testing forum
"+1 to "Lessons Learned in Software Testing" book for group study and discussion. We had a similar group in my previous organisation and it worked very well."
Nov 22, 2011
phil kirkham replied to varun taparia's discussion Some interesting topics for our functional testing forum
"go through the discussions on this site - plenty of ideas here :)"
Nov 18, 2011
Joe Strazzere replied to varun taparia's discussion Some interesting topics for our functional testing forum
"Here's one thing I'm currently doing with my test team.  I purchased a copy of "Lessons Learned in Software Testing" for each of the testers. When we meet, we discuss one or more of the lessons.   I have found these…"
Nov 18, 2011
varun taparia posted a discussion

Some interesting topics for our functional testing forum

Hi, group of tester in our company has initiated an internal functional testing forum where we meet every week for one hour and discusses any topic around testing.It is going well for now on as each member is giving presentation on how they are doing testing on their product and describing any different approach they have used in their daily tasks.However to keep the momentum going we need some interesting ideas/topics which we can discuss on the forum.Any kind of suggestion as to how to…See More
Nov 18, 2011
Matt B replied to varun taparia's discussion Which Programming language a tester should know?
"I'd agree with Shane here (although I may be a bit biased as this is the route I have taken!) - I have been learning Java and Python (Java for just over a year and Python for about 6 months). I actually learnt a bit of Java first, and then did…"
Nov 18, 2011
Shanmuga Raja replied to varun taparia's discussion Which Programming language a tester should know?
"lol ... i feel ruby should be good because of "watir, selenium, rspec, cucumber""
Nov 18, 2011
Rsf replied to varun taparia's discussion Which Programming language a tester should know?
"The answer is still Perl :-)"
Nov 17, 2011
Shanmuga Raja replied to varun taparia's discussion Which Programming language a tester should know?
"i would like to bring this topic up again....    as of today(2011).. what programming language a software tester should learn, for 1. better job prospects, 2. get more done(shld help in testing endeavour)"
Nov 17, 2011

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At 12:05 on March 3, 2010, namita Ahire said…
Hi
i am also working in pune, In which company r u working?
I am currently working in manual testing from last 2 +yrs . i am looking a news job , if any requirement in u r company pls tell me
 
 
 

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