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Requirement Traceability matrix maps the user requirements with the test cases. In simple words, the matrix helps in determining if all the requirements have been covered(i.e there are test cases which can be traced back to the requirements). There are 3 types of RTM: 1. Forward:Requirements->Test Cases 2. Backward: Test Cases->Requirements 3. ...


I think UX is often miss-interpreted as design. Design is often an acquainted taste and therefor it is pretty much untestable, but usability testing is something different. It is important that user can use the product with only minimal training, but more important it should feel logical and non repetitive within the users mental model. During evaluation ...


Bidirectional traceability is the ability to trace both forward and backward (i.e., from requirements to end products and from end product back to requirements). It means tracing the code from requirements and vice-versa throughout a Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). When you are in the course of your project, your fundamental aim would be to ensure ...


One way to help keep track of the commits attached to the JIRA is to include the Jira associated with the fix in the commit comment. By doing so, it will link the commit to the Jira and you will be able to see all of the code/tests that were committed to a given Jira.

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