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Comparison of Verification & Validation and QA View Points

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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Definitions and Meaning: Error, Fault, Failure and Defect

Note: the article was updated in March 2019. The assurance of continuous software functioning is based on the absence of all possible errors, defects, failures and faults, commonly named in

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What Is Software Bug Seeding?

Note: the article was updated in September 2018. Bug seeding or bebugging is a technique that was developed to evaluate the number of software issues resident in the software product.

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What Is The Difference Between White Box, Black Box And Gray Box Testing?

Black box testing is such a technique based exclusively on demands and specifications. It requires no knowledge of internal paths, structures, or realization of the software product under test. In

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Traditional and Modern Way of Software Testing

Many organizations still use such testing methodology (it is also called traditional) where software testing is usually conducted after the build and execution stages. Traditional (old) way of software testing:

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Techniques for White Box Testing

Linear Code Sequence and Jump Testing Design Test cases should be designed to exercise Linear Code Sequence and Jump. For every test case these should be clarified: the input to

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Do small projects need extensive testing?

Well, in this case you should think over the influence of project defects, not the scope of the project. Nevertheless, if extensive testing is still not justified, risk analysis is

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