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Black-Box Testing vs White-Box Testing 0

The main differences between black-box testing (BBT) and white-box testing (WBT) are in such aspects: Objects The tested objects may overlap sometimes. WBT is commonly used to test not very

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Direct And Indirect Quality Measures 0

To reach the quality assurance objects it is necessary to identify where we are and what we should do to reach these objects. To get such information, objective assessment using

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Planning Of Quality Assurance Activities 0

Note: the article was updated in August 2018. Planning is not just to write documents and to match terms. Planning is the first step toward achieving the set goals. Quality

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Comparison of Verification & Validation and QA View Points 0

Most quality assurance activities which are carried out directly in the software development process can be classified as verification activities, while quality assurance activities which are associated with the technical

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Quality Assurance Activities In Software Processes 0

In incremental and iterative processes the overall process can be considered as consisting of some increments or iterations, with each of them following equal mini phases corresponding to those in

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Significance of Education and Training During Software Development 2

Teaching and training provide people-based solutions to eliminate the source of software bugs. Software practitioners notice for a long time that the human factor is the most important indicator in

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