LogiGear Magazine March Testing Essentials Issue 2017

LogiGear Magazine March Testing Essentials Issue 2017

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Introduction Software Testing 3.0 is a strategic end-to-end framework for change based upon a strategy to drive testing activities, tool selection, and people development that finally delivers on the promise of Software Testing. For more details on the evolution of Software Testing and Software Testing 3.0 see: The Early Evolution of Software Testing Software Testing ...
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Alexa Voice Service (AVS): Amazon’s service offering for a voice-controlled AI assistant. Offered in different products. Source: https://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/Alexa-Voice-Services-AVS Autopilot Short for “automatic pilot,” a device for keeping an aircraft on a set course without the intervention of the pilot. Source: https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/automatic_pilot Blockchain Infrastructure: A complex, decentralized architecture that orchestrates many systems running asynchronously over the ...
Experience-based recommendations to test the brains that drive the devices In essentially every embedded system there is some sort of product testing. Typically there is a list of product-level requirements (what the product does), and a set of tests designed to make sure the product works correctly. For many products there is also a set ...
Test plans have a bad reputation, and perhaps, they deserve it! There’s no beating around the bush. But times have changed. Systems are no longer “black boxes” where QA Teams are separated from design, input, and architecture. Test teams are much more technically savvy and knowledgeable about their systems, beyond domain knowledge. This was an old ...
Companies generally consider the software they own, whether it is created in-house or acquired, as an asset (something that could appear on the balance sheet). The production of software impacts the profit and loss accounts for the year it is produced: The resources used to produce the software result in costs, and methods, tools, or ...
People who follow me on twitter or via my blog might be aware that I have a wide range of interests in areas outside my normal testing job. I like to research and learn different things, especially psychology and see if it may benefit and improve my skills and approaches during my normal testing job. ...
This article was developed from concepts in the book Global Software Test Automation: Discussion of Software Testing for Executives. Quality cost is the sum of all costs a company invests into the release of a quality product. When developing a software product, there are 4 types of quality costs: prevention costs, appraisal costs, internal failure ...
Karen N. Johnson began as a technical writer in 1985 and later switched to software testing in 1992. She maintains a blog at TestingReflections, a collaborative site where she is featured as a main contributor. In her latest entry, she discusses search testing with different languages. Here is an excerpt from her blog: “I started ...
With this edition of LogiGear Magazine, we introduce a new feature, Mind Map. A mind map is a diagram, usually devoted to a single concept, used to visually organize related information, often in a hierarchical or interconnected, web-like fashion. This edition’s mind map, created by Sudhamshu Rao, focuses on tools that are available to help ...
In software testing, we need to devise an approach that features a gradual progression from the simplest criteria of testing to more sophisticated criteria. We do this via many planned and structured steps, each of which brings incremental benefits to the project as a whole. By this means, as a tester masters each skill or area ...

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