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a software framework (designed mainly for the Microsoft Windows operating system). It includes an implementation of the Base Class Library (BCL), Common Language Runtime (CLR), a…
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Change management product for submitting and tracking bugs/defects/enhancement requests.
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Legacy code can mean a number of related things, the most common of which are code inherited from someone else; code from a previous version of the application; code that is deprecated or outdated; or…
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provided as input data, exploiting security vulnerabilities in the client. This allows an attacker to bypass authentication and access controls.
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the process of detecting errors and defects in software's source code. Although manual code review is technically static analysis, the term is most commonly used to refer to an auto…
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Source control refers to the management of changes to documents, specifically the source code used in software development.
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For issues related to testing applications written using Microsoft Silverlight.
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part of business analysis. User stories are usually used in prototyping the system, but can be a powerful input in test analysis. They can help a test analyst imagine how the target s…
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a continuous integration tool written in Java. Jenkins was forked from this after a dispute with Oracle, who subsequently transferred Hudson to the Eclipse Foundation.
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a GUI test automation tool.
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Combinatorial testing seeks to test the interactions between different parameters that affect the system. "Pairwise" aka "all-pairs" is a combinatorial testing technique.
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a way to categorize a bug. In some organizations, it measures the urgency of fixing the bug.
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a very popular Firefox plugin. It's a web development tool that allows you to "edit, debug, and monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page".
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a low-overhead, non-invasive black-box GUI test automation tool based on image capture and matching techniques.
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automated User Interface tests that can be created with Visual Studio to test different kinds of user interface.
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a test management framework - "A method for measuring and managing exploratory testing". Also sometimes referred to as Session-Based Testing.
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The examination awarding body of the British Computer Society, offers qualifications in Software Testing.