The V Model is an enhanced version of the classic waterfall model whereby each level of the development life cycle is verified before moving on to the next level. With this model, testing explicitly starts at
Once upon a time, software development consisted of a programmer writing code to solve a problem or automate a procedure. Nowadays, systems are so big and complex that teams of architects, analysts, programmers, testers and
There are many reasons for which a software contains bugs, but the root causes of the defects can normally be classed into the following
1 – Miscommunication or no communication – as to specifics of what
It is possible to do enough testing but determining the how much is enough is difficult. Simply doing what is planned is not sufficient since it leaves the question as to how much should be
Why is testing necessary?
Testing is necessary because the existence of faults in software is inevitable. Beyond fault-detection, the modern view of testing holds that fault-prevention (e.g. early fault detection/removal from requirements, designs etc. through static
In order to gain the most of the testing activities, a defined process must be followed. But before any testing activity begins, much of the effort should be spent on producing a good test plan