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comment How should I do functional testing without Requirments?
+1 because I function test without requirements all the time.
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answered Issue Tracking Spreadsheet… anything wrong with this?
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answered Scope of regression testing
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answered What do you need to be a great QA Analyst?
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answered QA Methodology: Do you retest every change on a new build or only changed code?
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answered Teaching Quality Assurance (QA) Methods
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comment Repeat/common Test steps in multiple test cases - to do or not to?
I was taught many years ago to write a test case so that someone coming in from another department could sit down and execute it. So I've kind of stuck with that all this time, but I'm not blind to it's redundancy either.
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answered Looking for an excellent example of using a spreadsheet for test case management
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comment What are the main role and responsibilities of a tester?
Welcome to SQA Stack Exchange. Please see the FAQ sqa.stackexchange.com/faq. There are entire books devoted to this subject. If you can narrow the scope of your question, we can help you better.
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comment In what phase or stage of the project should QA testing start?
No, Phil, it's all over the phone between managers and devs (or meetings I am not invited to). I am given a high-level idea of what the expectations are. With about 10% of new features, my Manager types up a 1-3 page document that will be given to customers for me to use as a very loose requirement; I end up QA'ing that too & returning it to him with corrections.
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comment Dedicated or cross projects test team?
A + because I totally agree, esp. point 1. Each person having different strengths brings a different critical eye to the same code and thereby the potential for finding different bugs. While it is helpful to assign a 'lead' for each module or feature, it is infinitely more helpful for all testers to know at least a little about every feature.
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answered In what phase or stage of the project should QA testing start?
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comment What attitude or way of thinking should a good QA Tester possess?
I would also like to add this post sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/3/….
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comment Is there a guide or systematic way of writing test scenarios?
Great list! I would like to add review customer bug reports for coming up with effective test scenarios.