Category Archives: Quality Assurance Planning

All six part of this article.

Quality Assurance Planning – Part Five (A Final Word – Nothing trumps experience)

You will become better at planning your test cycles the more often you execute them. There is no substitute for experience. A plan is basically a prioritized list of tasks assigned to a resource. A plan is like a noun. … Continue reading

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Quality Assurance Planning – Part Four (Selecting the Appropriate Test Type)

Here is how I break-down quality assurance types and what questions I ask to determine which should be included in the test cycle: Development (Have the coding architectural errors been identified and resolved? This can only done as a white … Continue reading

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Quality Assurance Planning – Part Three (Acceptance Testing)

Now that the system has been tested by the developer during their unit tests, the load test is complete and the quality assurance team has successfully executed their standard and new test cases, we are ready for our restaurant’s “Pre-Opening … Continue reading

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Quality Assurance Planning – Part Two (Integration & System Testing)

Integration testing is the most extensive level and the one which requires the largest portion of the test plan. At this point you should plan for a full regression test as well as functional testing to insure new features work … Continue reading

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Quality Assurance Planning – Part One (Unit Testing)

Unit testing should be done by the developer and include two tests. The first of these is to walk through each line of his code to insure it works correctly. This is a normal part of the development process, however … Continue reading

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Quality Assurance Planning – Introduction

“Plans are nothing; planning is everything.” Dwight D. Eisenhower — These words apply to everything that is important; both personally and in business. Software testing is no exception. If you don’t formulate your plan then you have nothing. Continue reading

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