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Testing real world objects comes up in interviews quite often. Interviews usually pick an object that everyone has seen and used before. Mostly, I've gotten "how to test a coffee mug or travel mug" question. Testing an ink pen is also common. While a bicycle might be the object, you are typically given something simple due to time constraints of the ...


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I think you have covered testing on different 'levels' in great detail however testing also includes testing on different 'types' as well. One may think about security, performance, reliability & safety etc as important quality parameters to test an object on. I think you may easily relate it to an 'Bicycle' and come up with additional scenarios which ...


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The canonical answer would be 3: "That will be 11:20" will happen only when "return" and "cheap-day" happens. "That will be 19:50" will happen only when "return" and "cheap-day" does not happen. "That will be 9:75" will happen only when "return" does not happen. However, depending on your context, you may find more situations through exploration: How long ...


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The first question has two paths. One of the answers has again two paths. So with three input runs you can cover all paths. What if the customers answers something different, you will also take the else path in your example?


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James Bach's Heuristic Testing Strategy Model is a fairly simple but efficient set of heuristics for testing strategies. It creates 5 big project aspects that will impact testing: Project Environment includes resources, constraints, and other elements in the project that may enable or hobble our testing. Sometimes a tester must challenge constraints, ...


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There are lot of sites .You just need to google testing strategies. You can follow the following steps. Step 1 – Scope and Overview: Step 2 – Test Approach: Step 3 – Test Environment: Step 4 – Testing Tools: Step 5 – Release Control: Step 6 – Risk Analysis: Simple Tips To Write Test Strategy Document Include product background in test strategy document. ...


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I would keep the method name simple and add description in the @Test annotation like this: @Test(description = "User can log into facebook and react with heart") public void loginReactHeart() { //some code }


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