In this post, we give a quick and brief guide to exploratory testing. What is it and in what situations do we benefit from performing exploratory testing?
Living in the times of omnichannel retail, seamless shopping experience and innumerable alternatives available to the customers, a test professional has a very collaborative role to play and be a part of the bigger picture when working on an e-commerce… Read More »
Recently, some leaders in the testing field suggested that all testing is in fact, exploratory testing. Testing methodology was actually very informal beginning in the 1960s, and it was not until the 1970s that more formalized standards and test… Read More »
“What is Negative Testing?” This is a question I like to ask all the candidates I interview for QA positions. The answer I’m usually given is that it’s checking a piece of software doesn’t do what it’s not supposed… Read More »
In a previous post we discussed Why Exploratory Testing is Important in Agile Projects. In this article, Neil Fletcher provides his top 10 tips to exploratory testing. Key questions that come up are: what is exploratory testing and how should… Read More »
Exploratory Testing is an important activity in an agile environment as it can help software testers to keep up with the rapid development pace of agile software projects. First, a brief intro on agile methodology and exploratory testing: In agile… Read More »
Have you ever tested a piece of software that you were not very familiar with? Also, you might not have had the luxury of ready-made test cases at hand and could not afford spending time