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Graphical User Interface   By stickyminds.com
In early computers there was very little UI except for a few buttons at the operator s console. A user was then provided with UI which was a display screen with command line keyboard and set of commands. Later GUI pitched in providing the easiest modes for the user to see everything pictorially. This paper is mainly aimed for the reader to focus...

A picture is worth a thousand words. Does that mean that a model is worth a thousand requirements A thousand test cases Not exactly but a model will tremendously aid in the development of requirements and test cases and help facilitate inter-team communication of requirements and test cases; at least that s always the intent. One way to help ensure...

Exploratory testing has gained increased recognition as a valid testing methodology. As a test manager or engineer you may be considering which approach to take. However just as with other aspects of testing such as automation its application must be carefully chosen to ensure a successful outcome. In this article we examine the factors you need...

Testing Testability   By stickyminds.com
Recently I overheard a conversation between a test analyst and a business analyst about how a function should be tested. The response from the business analyst was If it is not breaking the application it must be working fine Testing staff comes across such scenarios where a part or functionality of the application under test is not testable....

Testing, a Streamlined Approach   By stickyminds.com
Thanks to the many emerging highly technological fields testing has carved a niche for itself. Constructive destructivism is perhaps this. Testing on a broader perspective has many facets. Be it product testing Web Testing add another type manual intervention is indispensable Onus lying on the Tester. The article deals with the different scenarios...

Open Checklist   By stickyminds.com
Checklists play an important role in testing software. But these are the most under-used tools. Using checklists effectively can save time cost and make testing simpler. Checklists can be accommodated in traditional test methods and in the currently popular exploratory test methods....

Creating Compelling Checklists   By stickyminds.com
This article discusses practical and proven ideas on how testers can make their own checklists. It evolved partly as a response to many queries regarding testing checklists on this website s Discussion Boards. The idea of this article is to guide testers to make their own checklists....

A recent survey points out that up to 70 of work in software is in maintenance and enhancement of the existing software. As features get added incrementally manual testing of the entire product including carrying out regression tests becomes less feasible. This paper discusses some of the common problems faced in maintenance of the automated regression...

A Positive View of Negative Testing   By stickyminds.com
Negative testing is a core skill of experienced testers and requires an opportunistic exploratory approach to get the best value from the time spent. It can find significant failures and produce invaluable strategic information about the risk model underlying testing and allow overall confidence in the quality of the system. Negative testing is open-ended...

This paper aims to emphasize the importance of efficient and thorough review of test cases. A methodical approach to test case review suggesting that the reviews are done for each phase of testing is presented. Areas to focus on during the review have been identified and explained. This paper also contains a comprehensive checklist for test cases review...

You Want It When?   By stickyminds.com
The biggest obstacle in the software industry is lack of time to do the job well. Negotiation can buy valuable time and help management avoid blunders. This paper is about estimating and negotiating test schedules....

This paper describes twenty techniques for testing E-Business applications. These techniques were introduced in the companion paper Risk-Based E-Business Testing Part 1 Risks and Test Strategy. The techniques are described under five categories Static Testing Test Browsing Functional Testing Non-Functional Testing and Large-Scale Integration...

A brief overview to reviews inspections and walkthroughs--an essential technique to increase quality and enhance team collaboration....

Every problem-solving activity in an organization requires some learning. Both the stakeholders and the facilitators of the organization need to learn as they go through change. This paper describes our fist experiences with facilitating process improvement and problem solving by focusing on congruence building trust experiences with facilitating process...

Testing Team - an Overview   By stickyminds.com
This article gives an overview of testing teams including the common issues they encounter. It also discusses changes that can be implemented to have an effective and efficient testing team....

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