Kanika Vatsyayan
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How is System Software Testing different from Application Software Testing?
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In layman’s terms, application software testing is much complex as compared to system software testing. This is because system software testing is all about attaining functionalities within a confined ...

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Is security testing the sole responsibility of testers or part of a mixed team?
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In my opinion, security testing is not a one-man or one-team’s job. It needs testers and developers to come together when an organization needs to create a product that is secure and easy to use. ...

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Gamification in software testing
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I just loved the third idea you talked about. It would be really exciting to see how a manually created ‘artificial bug’ could be identified based on the tester’s skills and expertise. If I need to ...

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Pareto Efficiency in Software Testing
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I am extremely glad that you brought this question and I am feeling so excited to define the term. Pareto efficiency or Pareto principle in software testing defines that 80 percent of the software ...

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Artificial Intelligence in Quality Assurance
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Indeed! AI in Quality Assurance is a real thing. However, the entire idea of using AI in quality assurance is limited to automation. This at present includes defining the test cases and test suites ...

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What could a QA engineer do when a project is in an early stage?
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I think you have made your QA engineer work on the right thing at the moment. As you said the project is going through extensive changes, I would suggest you put your QA engineer to handle tasks ...

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Suitable Automated Testing tools for POS Systems
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With all that extensive list of tests requirements related to functionality, security, performance, and usability, I would definitely recommend you taking assistance from some QA consultancy services ...

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Difference between Corner Case Testing, Boundary Case Testing and Edge Case Testing
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Corner Case testing: Sticking to the definition, corner case testing is testing multiple parameters for extreme levels, as the user sticks to the corner of the configuration space. Boundary case ...

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If your manager asks you to reduce the test execution time which you can't, how to convince your manager?
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Since testing is a significant component of app development practices that defines the end performance of the product, in my opinion, not even a single test case should be skipped. However, if you ...

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Best tools to perform Performance testing on a web application?
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Performance testing is an extremely crucial part of the quality assurance model. From analyzing the server capabilities to load testing, performance testing helps to create solutions that are capable ...

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Tips to setup a high performance software testing lab?
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Since the software industry is expanding at a very fast pace, establishing a software testing lab needs you to focus on so many different things. To mention a few, I would like to include: A team of ...

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Test Suite vs. Test Plan
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Sticking to the terms, a test suite is the collection of test cases that are coupled together to meet the defined short-term goals in a test plan. A test plan on the other hand is the complete set of ...

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Is it necessary to have a very complex Automation framework?
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No, there is no need to create a complex automation framework when you are able to yield the desired results with a standard or most basic automation framework. The complexity of the automation ...

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Should bugs found by exploratory test methods be taken against QA?
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In my opinion, no product is perfect. Especially, when there are endless devices available in the market running on different operating systems or device configurations, the test process develops so ...

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How do you determine that your project's quality has increased over time?
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Determining the quality of project can get tricky at times when you have not defined any benchmarks to measure the quality. However, if you need to upgrade the project quality and keep a check over ...

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User reports a bug, send it to QA first or Programmer first?
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I think any bug reported by a user should first be shared with the QA team. This would give QA team a chance to work on the areas that were missed while producing test cases. Moreover, the QA team ...

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As functionality is not a quality requirement, can quality of software be judged based on functionality only?
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No, functional testing alone cannot be a benchmark to justify a product's quality. However, it is one of the most significant factors that define a product to meet quality goals. For instance, a ...

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What is intermittent issue in Testing?
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The easiest definition of the intermittent issues in testing could be unexpected random errors that testers have to deal with. Most of the time, these issues are triggered because of unanticipated ...

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Cloud Based Cross Platform Testing Environment?
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Cloud-based cross-platform testing can be beneficial when you need different teams from different locations to test the same project. Some of the few good tools which I think could help you have the ...

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Performance Testing a cloud application
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If you are planning to test a cloud-based web application for its performance, some of the most important metrics are to work on storage, processing, bandwidth, and user accessing the system at any ...

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Process for Web Automation Testing
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Web automation testing is a critical process that needs the right understanding of the testing techniques, tools, and methodology. Since I am associated with a quality assurance and software testing ...

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Is it important to know manual testing before learning test automation?
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I have a slight difference of opinion here with you. Since I have been associated with Quality Assurance and Software testing services for quite a long time, I believe the best way to test software ...

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Scope of testing in terms of cross browser testing and cross platform testing
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First of all, before you jump on cross-browser or cross-platform testing, it is necessary for you to write your requirements considering the end-users. This will make things much more simplified in ...

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What is the difference between "testing" and "quality assurance"?
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The most basic difference between testing and quality assurance is the fact that QA is a much broader term compared to testing. Testing can be defined as a component of the Quality Assurance process. ...

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Role of Quality Assurance (Not testing!) in Agile
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Since Agile is more of a development approach that is adopted to improve the operations, QA engineers can fit in any organization that works on Agile/Scrum methodologies. In my opinion, a QA engineer ...

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How to introduce Agile to a waterfall company as a Tester?
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In the tester’s language, agile can be defined as an iterative practice where cross-functional teams work collaboratively on the entire software development lifecycle. It is a project management ...

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Usability testing vs UX testing.What is the difference?
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Usability Testing is an aspect of UX testing since User Experience Testing is a broader term. Going by the definition, Usability testing is a technique where the prototype or the product developed is ...

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What approaches in testing could be suitable, when team doesn't get enough requirements?
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When it comes to software testing, testers never get to have a full set of details on requirements. From usability to functionality, performance, and security, it is entirely the job of testers to ...

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How can I help speed up/improve the client QA process?
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The best way to achieve speed with the client QA process is to introduce agile testing into the current development environment. This is all about keeping the quality assurance and testing services ...

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What would be a good term for continuous testing post-deployment?
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Since it is a part of the Quality Assessment Process, I think naming it as OQA or Operational Quality Assessment would be great for your QA company. You can further add all the monitoring and quality ...

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