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Mar
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comment Can someone clear-out these job posts for me once and for all?
It's also about creating custom solutions to the custom problems you have. Not every testing problem will be addressable by a vendor tool.
Mar
2
answered Can someone clear-out these job posts for me once and for all?
Feb
25
comment What is the process for developing a test plan?
@djangofan What evidence do you have that /most/ people use an ISO standard? Do you have /any/ evidence or observations that even a few people or testers use it?
Feb
16
reviewed Approve Are there any tools to test whether the response code is not equal to 404 or etc by reading the URLs from a CSV file
Feb
16
comment Best documentation to start with before starting Automation
@user6336 I suggest you do the minimum necessary to explain things, only because you run the risk of being detailed in the wrong way / leaving out necessary information. That is of course the inherent problem in heavily scripted text - there's always something missing (it's the curse of knowledge).
Feb
15
answered Best documentation to start with before starting Automation
Feb
15
answered How to interview a QA Manager or Director?
Jan
21
revised What does “all triples” test suite means?
Updated my understanding based on comments.
Jan
21
answered What is the name of new feature testing in maintenance process?
Jan
21
comment What is the name of new feature testing in maintenance process?
Sanity testing can also be called smoke testing and is generally done with new features but can also be done with old features that /you/ (as a tester) are new to.
Jan
21
comment What is the name of new feature testing in maintenance process?
I would argue you should /never/ attempt to confirm defects are fixed because its too easy to fall into a confirmation bias and miss important problems. Instead you should try to prove the fixed defects were not fixed and if you can't then state so.
Jan
21
revised What does “all triples” test suite means?
added 7 characters in body
Jan
21
answered What does “all triples” test suite means?
Jan
17
revised Agile Tester vs Traditional Tester…?
Removed "for bugs or performance issues" because there are more reasons to test than just those two.
Jan
17
comment what is the relation between test plan, test suite and test case?
Check out this answer explaining what a Test Plan is: sqa.stackexchange.com/a/11723/1455. Are you asking this question in general or referring to a particular type of tool? Different vendors / tools / sources may use terms differently depending on their context and the more you can add to this question the better your answers will be.
Jan
14
answered Is Exploratory Testing a Core part of Agile Methodology?
Jan
14
comment Is Exploratory Testing a Core part of Agile Methodology?
Just as a reminder, exploratory testing isn't a technique it's an approach. Time boxing is a great idea no matter what task you do (especially if they are open ended).
Jan
13
reviewed Approve Which tool can I use (as a tester) to track the code coverage for a web based application?
Jan
13
revised How to Write Test Plan
Removed the link because it seemed spammy and had nothing to do with the answer.
Jan
13
revised New to code reviews. How to approach from a software test engineer perspective?
Removed the website reference which didn't seem to fit anywhere.