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Software Bug Handling Process And Tools

Software bug handling is a significant area of quality assurance activities. At the time of software testing the developers who correct identified software bugs are generally not the identical as

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Workbench Concept in Software Testing

Note: This article was updated in June 2019. Considering the variety of testing scenarios that depend on each specific product, the testers’ work has to be carefully planned and structured.

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How Does Software Testing Affect Risk?

A risk is such circumstance which can arise wastes. Risk can only be controlled in different scenarios but not absolutely removed. A defect generally transforms to a risk. Let’s imagine,

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Control, Monitoring and Estimation in Software Testing

Note: the article was updated in March 2019. Project Manager faces a wide range of potential testing problems, which is a reason to be well prepared for difficulties. The reliable

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How do You Know When to Stop Testing?

Note: the article was updated in August 2018. How many test runs are needed? How to understand when to stop testing? The most obvious answer that comes to mind is

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Myths and Facts: Purpose of Software Testing

Note: the article was updated in March 2019. What type of people do you belong to: those who believe that software testing plays in favor of their product, or those

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Software Testing Checklist – 5 Steps to Success

Note: this article was updated in April 2019. Nowadays, any ordinary actions, important events or the entire working year are easy to control with a proper checklist. Numerous procedures that

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4 Attributes of Qualitative and Well-Written Test-Case

Software Testing as a Skill This can be a revelation for some people, but not everybody can test. For any system you can find an enormous number of possible tests

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The Future of Testing is Wide Open

There has been plenty to read lately about the Future of Testing. Some of it from testers who I greatly respect, and up until now I’ve held my tongue and

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