Does Your Project Need a Test Plan?

by Nataliia Vasylyna | April 17, 2017 8:39 am

In order to structure and organize the testing process, the accepted practice is to create testing plans. A testing plan is considered to be a document which describes scope and activities of software testing[1]. Usually, it includes coverage, schedule, techniques and many other important aspects of the system verification.

What are the main purposes of creating a test plan?

Are you still not sure about implementing a test plan? Here are some advantages of test plan that can change your mind.

Test plan helps a lot to check and understand how the application works and does it meet requirements, so before starting either manual testing[4] or automated.

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Endnotes:
  1. software testing: http://qatestlab.com/services/We-Are-Professionals-in/software-product-testing/
  2. Software testing company: http://qatestlab.com/company/about-us/
  3. regression testing: http://qatestlab.com/services/Step-by-Step/regression-testing/
  4. manual testing: http://qatestlab.com/services/We-Are-Professionals-in/manual-testing/
  5. How to Stop Annoying Project Team with Improper Test Cases?: http://blog.qatestlab.com/2017/08/15/improper-test-cases/
  6. How not to miss the last bug?: http://blog.qatestlab.com/2017/07/24/not-miss-bugs/
  7. Shift-right or shift-left? What testing to choose?: http://blog.qatestlab.com/2017/07/04/shift-right-testing/
  8. Most expensive bugs of 2016: http://blog.qatestlab.com/2017/06/27/most-expensive-bugs/
  9. Software failure: how to avoid Murphy’s law?: http://blog.qatestlab.com/2017/06/06/software-product-failures/

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