How to Find More Bugs with Exploratory Testing

by Nataliia Vasylyna | May 31, 2016 8:03 am

Practice shows that test managers tend not to use exploratory testing in IT processes they manage. Instead, they often rely on automated testing[1] or specification-based functional testing.

Luckily, the situation is changing, and a growing number of testers use this technique in their work. If implemented wisely, this software testing type is a powerful method for detecting unexpected, previously unlooked-for bugs. For that, several basic exploratory testing [2]techniques can be marked out.

What Are the Most Common Exploratory Testing Approaches?

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