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Test Process & Best Practices

What’s in Your Testing Toolkit?

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Testers need tools to do their jobs efficiently and effectively. Sometimes those tools are expensive, enterprise software provided by their employers, and sometimes they’re inexpensive, free, or open source software. Word of mouth, online searches, and trial and error generally precedes the latter tool types. Things like this small article on LinkedIn. Every tester likely has their favorite specific tools, …

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Insight into Security Testing Services

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Security testing is a process meant to check the system for vulnerabilities as well as evaluate different risks associated with complex approach to application security, hackers attacks, viruses, unauthorized access to private data and so on. Principles for software application security Overall security strategy is based on the three main principles: Confidentiality Integrity Accessibility Confidentiality  Confidentiality is protection of certain …

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Glimpse of Installation Testing Services

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Installation testing is one of the most important but frequently ignored types of software testing. It is the process carried out to verify if a software product is installed correctly in an artificial environment and is functioning as desired after the installation. Besides, installation testing or installability testing is aimed at detecting defects that prevent the software application from being …

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Software Test Outsourcing: Varying Degrees of Formality of Testing Process

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Testing can be classified by degree of formality: Test case-based testing (scripted testing) is a formal approach to software testing that focuses on control and precision. Testing effort is managed by developing and reviewing all the test cases, test case suites, test scripts and other documentation. It is the most widely used testing technique which allows to achieve maximum code …

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Quality Consulting Firms: Features of Good Test Cases

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Even a perfect test case may appear to be of bad quality if it has been written incorrectly, with irrelevant features. The right technical language. This feature equally belongs to requirements, test cases and bug reports – to any documentation. To generate effective test case you need: Write it in brief and comprehensive manner; Use present infinitive; Necessarily use exact …

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