Category : Software Testing & QA

Software Testing Best Practices

Economics of software testing is to determine and predict the defects early by using predictable models and implying strategies and different test methodologies to identify those at early stages. Psychology of software testing is to destructively test the application by identifying as many exceptional or out of the box scenarios or sometimes called as the third vision.

Factors influencing Open Source Software Testing Tools

Open Source Software Testing Tools licenses give users the freedom to run the program for any purpose, study and modify the program, and to redistribute copies of either the original or modified program without having to pay the royalties to the author. It is also important to understand that free does not necessarily refer to price but refers to the liberty.

Estimation Techniques in Software Testing

Software testing estimation techniques are as old as the binary digits in the history of digital computers. Software testing is one of the important stages during software development life cycle (SDLC) to check and control the quality of the application. Today, over 30% to 70% of a project’s resources are dedicated towards testing.

Software Regression Testing Best Practices

The word “regression” means a return to an earlier or previous state. In the Software Testing world, it means, the exclusive retesting of a software application system that has been altered to ensure that any bugs have been repaired, no other previously working functions have flunked as a result of the fixtures and that newly added features have not produced problems with previous versions.