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What we currently use in our continuous integration system is the multiple layered environments, which may also cater for your needs. Let me describe it a bit. Dev Environment - Mostly Dev`s localhost setup in which code gets build and unit tested. What we learned here is that involving a tester early on to help with the scenarios helps a huge deal. System ...


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User246 is right, smoke testing by dev team should give QA team more stable product to test. But I am concerned about your whole approach. You cannot "assure quality by more testing". Better approach (better use of time of all the people involved) is to realize that quality has to be build in, and it is everyone responsibility, not only QA. QA provides ...


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It sounds as if you want to avoid giving QA a build that falls apart right away. One way to address this is to add a smoke test to the development cycle. There are other SQA questions that cover smoke testing, e.g. Smoke testing by Dev team. I won't try to repeat that information here. One goal of smoke-testing is to encourage developers to deliver QA ...



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