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After having transformed our project's testing approach to a form that I haven't seen anywhere else but I find more meaningful, I have discovered, to my delight that it aligned perfectly with the "requirements" of the application. I shouldn't go into details of that form, but my findings seem like an answer to your endeavor. First of all, I started calling ...


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One of the most informative mechanisms it to use graphical rather than tabular representations, these can be of various formats and indeed including multiple formats are often useful, e.g. a Venn diagram of the possible factors coloured for the number of tests passing can sometimes highlight combinations of factors that you had not though of. Likewise a ...


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Documentation is very important in all projects and organisation. Follow TMMi standards. It provides a skeleton on how to store documentation across all the phases of SDLC, templates that one should use and structure them on your sharepoint sites for easy access



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