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Has the Software Tester Right to Make Mistakes? 0

There are dozens of responsible professions. We all agree that our lives depend on the doctor who makes the operation, on the pilot of aircraft, which carries on board about

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Embedded software testing: Five messaging event styles 0

A common way to route information through embedded applications is with messages. Unfortunately the timing of their comings and goings can create the most troublesome problems. As a tester looking to

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Who is a Good Tester? 0

There is a program that calculates the square root of the number. What will do a very bad tester? – He does not even start the program. He says that

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Pareto Principle in Software Testing 0

80/20 principle states that a small part of invested funds or efforts is responsible for a large portion of the derived products or earned rewards. For example, to receive 80%

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Software Testing 1

Software testing is any activity aimed at evaluating an attribute or capability of a program or system and determining that it meets its required results. Although crucial to software quality

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What is the Difference Between Verification and Validation? 0

Verification is an inspection or audit without having to run code of the appliacation, while the validation is performed with the actual code execution. For example, code review and syntax

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