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What should a QA Engineer do to assure high quality?

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When testing objectives are unclear (and often even if they are) I go to our generally accepted standards:

Have cases for the following types of tests and tag them accordingly

  • Smoke - basic page loads
  • Happy - perfect user, functions work
  • Sad - user makes mistakes
  • Compliance - audit/legal requirements
  • Optional - non-required workflow

I also look at the test cases based on the test pyramid and the Agile Testing Quadrants and I look at what we have for unit and integrated tests and what should be added for UAT testing in the UI.

I also have to learn the business domain and cases so I know what's appropriate and useful to check for the business cases that should be tested

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