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answered Is it fair to report a bug discovered during code review without performing a test?
Nov
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comment How Does System Testing Differ From System Integration Testing (SIT)?
@Dan If you build all those parts yourself and they are all complete programs, you do integration tests for subparts of A and B, system tests for A and B and system integration tests for combination of A and B. If A and B are not complete systems themselves, you don't have any system integration testing to be done.
Nov
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revised How Does System Testing Differ From System Integration Testing (SIT)?
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Nov
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comment How Does System Testing Differ From System Integration Testing (SIT)?
I would call testing parts of the system, possibly with mocks, just "integration testing" and system integration testing would be different thing. Just goes to show that it's good to make sure others are using the terms in the same way. :-)
Nov
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answered How Does System Testing Differ From System Integration Testing (SIT)?
Nov
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comment Validation and verification in CMMi, ISO, IEEE. What should I refer to?
It probably should apply to both definitions. The only way to know is to ask what the terms mean in certain context. I gave one interpretation, others have given others. I could add to my answer that not only tell which interpretation you are going to use, tell why you are using it.
Nov
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comment Validation and verification in CMMi, ISO, IEEE. What should I refer to?
Apparently the ISO standard makes another division which might be as sensible. It's just on completely other level.
Nov
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answered Validation and verification in CMMi, ISO, IEEE. What should I refer to?
Nov
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answered Is there traceability matrix in agile?
Sep
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comment The structure of test logs?
@deepz Write the test log so that someone else can understand it. This doesn't mean that the log entry needs to be long, but it should describe things in context. It is also a wonder how much details one can forget in a year. So, write down what matters, but only that.
Sep
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comment The structure of test logs?
I would add that even if it's just for you, consider if anyone else needs to read them afterwards and add information accordingly. Possibly next person doing your job at some point?
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Aug
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revised Updates to scripts in test lab
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Aug
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answered Updates to scripts in test lab
Aug
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Aug
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comment Testing random number generation
Why shouldn't you get to heavy-duty math or statistics, if you're going to test random number generator?
Aug
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answered Testing random number generation
Jul
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comment Courses for non-IT people to study testing?
I would have modified this question to be nicer and more useful, and, but these are not really questions that can be answered without context here. Try contacting some local testing association if there is one to get ideas. Or read some testing books or online material to get better understanding of testing field.
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