What are the roles and responsibilities of a Head of QA? In a previous article, we discussed the role of a QA Manager in Agile. Here will take a look of the typical skills required and the responsibilities of a Head… Read More »
One of the major tasks of a Test Manager is to prioritize which tests need to be run when there is not enough time to execute all the tests.
Use risk analysis to determine where testing should be focused.
Since it’s rarely possible to test every possible aspect of an application, every possible combination of events, every dependency, or everything that could go wrong, risk analysis is appropriate to most software development
There is information aplenty on how to manage the test process itself, but the less predictable area of managing the team is often neglected. The saying “Management is management is management” is true; good management skills go a long way,… Read More »
On a recent large project, we had a goal early on that we didn’t want to have a lot of QA folks manually testing our software. Finding bugs through manual testing is incredibly time consuming and expensive, so we opted… Read More »
Before I begin this post, let me talk about an email that I received from Natalya in Ukraine. She said that she found STS interesting and educational. She tries to read it every day. Natalya, let me say that I… Read More »
This post is the second one in continuation to the earlier one, What are the responsibilities of a Software Test Engineer? Common responsibilities of a Software Test Lead include the ones given below. 1. Be updated on the latest testing… Read More »
IEEE 829 IEEE 829-1998, also known as the 829 standard for application check documentation, is an IEEE standard that specifies how a set of documents for use in four defined stages of application testing, each stage potentially produce their own separate… Read More »
How often do you feel overwhelmed with the amount of software testing you need to complete for your next product release? Twice a week? Four times a week? Every day? It is a frustrating fact of testing that there is never enough time to complete all the testing. Rather than finding a way to deal with this, most software test teams simply hope that they’ve done enough.
If that is what
What is a Test Policy Document?
A Test Policy is a high level document and is at the top of the hierarchy of the Test Documentation structure. The purpose of the Test Policy document is to represent the testing philosophy of the company as a whole and to provide a direction which the testing department should adhere to and follow. It should apply to both new projects and maintenance work.
A Test Strategy document is a high level document and normally developed by project manager. This document defines “Testing Approach” to achieve testing objectives. The Test Strategy is normally derived from the Business Requirement