With the basic understanding that we can’t test everything, we need to decide what are we going to test. This is where risk-based testing enters the picture.
Tag Archives | Test Writing
Test case maintenance is one of those tasks that gets relegated from release to release, causing your testing repository to becoming too large to manage and too complex to work with effectively. The best approach to avoid this is by putting in place processes and rules of thumb to help your testers work better and […]
Has any of your kids (or nephews) every turned to you and said that “when they grow up they want to be testers?” I guess not… Would a TV Series about a team of testers solving mysteries help to make our jobs look more interesting to the “non-testers” among us? I’m not sure, but it […]
If you are going to write-down just one (more) test case, what would that test be? Will you write a very descriptive (and deep down) test for the most risky component/screen in your application? Or would you write an end-to-end sanity/smoke test that goes over 80% of your system? This is a question to ask […]
Many times when I need to write a new Test Case, run an Exploratory Testing task, or even write a new post for this site, there is a moment when we think I’m done, but deep inside I feel that I might have missed something important. At these times I usually do a break and […]