Test Design is the selection of test aims, methodologies and implementation methods to satisfy the goals of a testing scenario.

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Pros and cons of refactoring code during testing phase?

What are the pros and cons of refactoring code during the testing phase? Are there any set methods of doing this?
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testing an nfc application

My company is currently developing a Near Field Communication(NFC) based application. What test scenarios need to be checked for NFC-based applications? How do I test the applications which use NFC? ...
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Should I perform tests during fixture?

I'm automating testing for a fairly complex system involving multiple VMs, routers, and switches. Because of this complexity, the setup/teardowns sometimes fail (a node did not boot up correctly, or ...
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When should we mark a Test case as “No Apply”?

When should we mark a test case as "No Apply". When requirement are not clear or when test case is not testable or it is not understood. Kindly explain when to fail or pass a test case, rather than ...
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Statistical Testing Application on Screens and Nested Logic

Suppose I have a system. This system has 3 tabs so that I can change screens from one to another and go back. How do I efficiently test screen changes on such programs? Also, suppose the system has a ...
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Test design for MongoDB

I am reviewing the information in the MongoDB documentation regarding test design (http://www.mongodb.org/about/contributors/tutorial/write-tests-for-server-code/) which is a good 'how' of ...
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When is the best time to use Test Driven Development in terms of applications being written as opposed to waterfall?

When is the best time to use Test Driven Development in terms of applications being written as opposed to waterfall?