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Equivalence Class Partitioning helps you determine that in a field which asks "enter a integer" you know that entering all numbers 1-100 would give the same result (more or less). You can also state that entering a good user name and bad password is the same as entering a bad username, as both result in the same output; "Invalid username/...


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Equivalence Class Partitioning is usually demonstrated using numerical values since it is easier to understand and apply, but I don't see any reason not to extend it further to any values that are related in any way. ECP can work great on variable that has a "type" or Belonging, for example type of a car- you can group micro and super mini's and ...


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I agree that test plans typically do not benefit QA Leads, they only serve the customer if the product uses mature tech stacks and processes. That's just not how it works when those things change. Suppose your test team was testing RESTful APIs using the Postman GUI client on JSON. Then you adopt Kafka with its new data structure (avro) and need an avro ...


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This will likely change according to a context. You might find it unnecessary to even have such a document, because your organisation perhaps works in Agile where we generally prefer working software over comprehensive documents. Also the teams in an Agile environment tend to be small (seven plus minus two is a number that's usually mentioned as ideal), ...


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This is called The Hallway Test. Also curse of knowledge. In short: you cant. You ask the cleaning lady* to try to use your software. Or a colleague from a different team. In role playing games there's such a concept; it can be trained over only several years of hard training. To some degree. Just ask the cleaning lady. * - she is not getting payed for this -...


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