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Exploratory Testing - What Why How

Also known as Ad-Hoc Testing, Exploratory Testing is done without any predetermined test scripts to interrogate various functions in a software application, website or system in order to discover any unforeseen weaknesses and report on the overall veracity of the system.

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Test Data Management

TDM is an Inspired Testing service offering designed to assist organisations with defining a strategy on how to obtain test data for the various day-to-day testing activities. In some instances, the test data is stored in a separate repository for instant retrieval commonly referred to as a Test Data Warehouse, effectively providing “test data on tap”. End users can request data from an interface and receive the test data for their testing requirements instantly. Read more...

The difference between a test plan and a test strategy

A test strategy is a guideline to be followed to achieve the test objective and execution of test types mentioned in the testing plan. It deals with risk analysis, competency plans, and test objectives. Read more...

What Is A Test Plan?

In software testing, a test plan contains all the testing activities that will be done to deliver a quality product. It is derived from the product description, SRS or Use Case documents. Read more...

Software Testing Best Practices

Software testing best practices are like training wheels. You need a set of guidelines to learn how to ride, but this does not mean you can take off the training wheels Read more...