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Definitions and Meaning: Error, Fault, Failure and Defect 2

Many people associate quality of a software system with a suggestion that some software troubles are estimated to happen (or not). And in the case if such troubles do occur,

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What Is Data-Driven Testing? 0

Generally an application has to be tested with manifold complement of data. For example, a simple login screen, which depends on the user kind, will give dissimilar rights for different

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White Box Test Techniques. Data Flow Testing 0

Design Test cases should be designed to execute control flow paths between definitions and uses of variables in the component. Every test case should comprise: input to the component control

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The Interaction Between People in Software project 1

Nowadays there are a lot of roles in a software project. And somebody unavoidably must implement these tasks. In small companies (for example, one-person development organization) all of these positions

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Assessing Bug Priority and Severity 0

Majority of bug databases, whether developed in-house or through third-party tools, have some fields that can be filled in-title, priority, severity, opened by, assigned to, and so on. I vigorously

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Useful Tips for Choosing a Test Automation Tool 0

For Functional testing it is important to support a specific development environment, the ability to create reports about testing, automatic registration of detected defects, presence of recovery-scenarios. For load testing

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