Great scientists often can change a defect into an asset by turning a problem around. Hamming explains at Bell Labs he wasn’t given the required human staff to write programs for the computers. Other companies would readily give him staff, but he felt the “exciting people were at Bell Labs.” From this limitation came his insight that the machines might be able to write programs themselves, which forced him into the field of automatic programming very early. If he had the ideal…
Added by Madhava Verma Dantuluri on March 6, 2014 at 4:00 — No Comments
In the recent past,IT projects are spending more time in arriving at 'defect prediction', 'defect detection', defect prevention' activities as this plays a key driver for the overall QUALITY of the product / project.
Out of this, defect removal efficiency is the one which is getting more important to the project teams as this is one of the measurement to assess the quality of the project team delivery.
Did you ever faced an challenge where your developer suddenly came and requested your help to do a quick rapid testing on his new application. How did you reacted? Did you asked him to give you the acceptance tests, requirements document, specifications, test data etc.... OR straight jumped into one hour rapid testing.
Rapid testing is indispensable when you are asked to test something on short notice, off the top of your head, early in the development process, or when you're in the…Continue
Last week I came across the information of the Software Testing World Cup (http://www.softwaretestingworldcup.com/). A competition worldwide between testers around the world.
I've also blogged about on Bytes don't Bite, a blog that usually write at.
One often discussed topic is the future of testing. Normally, that discussion starts from the standpoint that testing is at it's pinnacle today and has improved enormously from the past. However, faster release times and changes in team structures make it unclear whether there is a role for the tester in the future. The “Death of Testing” discussions and blogs are an all-too-common starting point for most discussions of the testing future, like looking into dark, gloomy…Continue
Few of my testing colleagues like to code and design, but i am having different approach towards testing. I believe tester should do testing rather than spending his time while coding and designing. My colleagues love to do coding but I have found that they love to code but bugs find out by them is low on terms of quality, because they think like developer rather then tester. They are using and upgrading their coding skill on daily bases but i firmly believe if tester would start coding and…Continue
Is it necessary to validate HTML & CSS?
Well, according to me the answer is yes. HTML & CSS should be validated when a page is written, when each time a page is changed, and also sometimes on a regular basis even though you haven't changed your page just to check the compatibility with any new additions.
That seems pretty simple and clear, but why to validate HTML & CSS? Validating HTML does several helps make sure of various things, like whether the page…
Hello Everyone ,I am new in testing environment and I would like to know more about writing tests. Recently I have started programming in Ruby (Rails 2,3,4) and I am trying to write clear and efficient code ,could you please advise me what is the best/good methods/resources ,to learn test techniques like Minitest Rspec Cucumber. Maybe groups or events what i should attend or join.
Your help greatly appreciated.
Adhoc testing is an informal testing type with an aim to break the system. This testing is usually an unplanned activity . It does not follow any test design techniques to create test cases. In fact is does not create test cases altogether! This testing is primarily performed if the knowledge of testers in the system under test is very high. Testers randomly test the application without any test cases or any business requirement document.
Types of adhoc testing…
I am ISTQB Certified and would like to solve any queries for people trying to aim for ISTQB Foundation Level.
Coming up with an idea of a new software product for community and watching the ideas take shape and transform to reality is always an inspiring and a challenging experience. After all, it is an innovative touch to a product that escalates it from being good to exceptionally great. Such a similar challenge is faced by testers as well, who have to contemplate whether the software would be readily accepted by people of diverse landscapes or not; whether the software would run properly in…Continue
“Here’s 10,000 bugs… good luck!” Testers, please don’t ever shoot for quantity. Identifying the most important bugs and glitches, and helping the company or developer make sense of the bugs is ten times more helpful then testing for mere volume.
I am currently reading the book “Why Does the World Exist?” by author Jim Holt. It is a series of philosophical discussions on “Why is there something rather than nothing?” which touches on the Big Bang, religion, being and other minor aspects everyday living. It is one of those books that I read a chapter, then have to sit back, think about it, and sleep on it before proceeding.
During one of these cogitation periods, a common theme of the discussions in the book struck me that…Continue
As we all know its the biggest challenge when your PM says to you "Application is released from development side now we don't have enough time to perform in deep testing " so what will you do randomly check some feature without any plan I know planning is not required in AD-HOC but still you need some sort of plan to make it effective. Bellow i will show you how I tackle such situation.
(Normally tester performing AD HOC testing knows List of major features and Client Requirements…Continue
Added by Fahad Shiekh on December 9, 2013 at 5:34 — No Comments
Everyone who has read some posts of mine will have the impression that I am a strong supporter of test documentation. While this is still true, I recently made a completely new experience at work in our 3-dev Scrum team.
Guess everybody knows that user stories consist of some tasks and every single task will go through some testing, in our case directly by the dev team. Since a single task isn't too big, we settled with writing just an email with a small protocol (3 to 10…Continue
Since some time I am experimenting with WordPress for documentation. Let me share that little idea.
A "blogged" test protocol might look like this:
I have started software testing a year before. Worked on multiple projects including desktop and web based Applications. At the initial stage I had a training on software testing that gave me a complete theoretical knowledge on STLC and all about software testing what any one need to know before being a professional tester. But as time passed out and I started getting more and more into software testing my theoretical knowledge started conflicting with real life experience in many concepts.I…Continue
Added by Chandan Singh Rathod on November 27, 2013 at 17:56 — No Comments
With the mobile industry taking over the world in the past few years, there has been a steady and continuous demand for Smartphone applications. The devices being used are getting more powerful with each passing day, due to its wide reach and easy accessibility. Owing to this many businesses are adapting mobile technology to tap their targeted commercial and industrial markets. The two most popular platforms where mobile app developers are focusing these days are iOS and Android. However,…Continue
Added by Mack Gill on November 21, 2013 at 4:58 — No Comments
When testing an eCommerce site, there are number of areas which must be considered for testing. This article is not meant to be a complete list, but is to be used as more of a guide for test teams working on online retail software. Requirements and the Risks between different projects and businesses will always differ, and this should always be the focus of our testing.
- Data Import Testing. If your software…Continue
Below is one of the approach on how to handle https (i.e. approves security certificate) for websites when your test script is being executed for Internet Explorer.
While accessing any website, you may have come across the message that is shown below;…
Added by Pinaki Mohapatra on November 18, 2013 at 14:30 — No Comments