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What Is Incident Report In Software Testing?

Incident report can be defined as a written description of an incident observed during testing. To understand better, let’s start with what an ‘incident’ is.

Incident in a software testing can be defined as a variation or deviation observed in system behavior from what is expected. It can be a deviation from a functional requirement or from the environment setup. Very often an incident is referred as a defect or a bug, but it is not always the case. Incident

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Is Test Case Adding More Value To QA Work?

In today’s world, every organization has moved to software after keeping off the manual work almost in every business sector such as healthcare industry, banking, finance, insurance and manufacturing, etc. Building a new software from scratch incurs one time cost that could be wearable by the organization but support and maintenance cost are other recurring cost that every organization has to keep in mind while moving the manual work to using the software tool. Often it is seen that many

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5 Tips To Successful Mobile Testing

Being a mobile application tester for more than 5 years, I have learnt a lot about effective mobile testing. In this article, I am going to share my top 5 tips to successful mobile testing. Usually we followed the traditional V model software cycle in which the software was developed and unit tested by the developers before handing over to the test team. As soon as we used to get a new build, we used to run sanity test to

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What Is Endurance Testing In Software Testing?

There are many definitions and explanations available for Endurance Testing. It is difficult to determine which one is right. Let’s start with literal meaning of the word “Endurance”

Definition: The capacity of something to last or to withstand wear and tear.

In software terms, Endurance testing is performed to check behavior of system under sustained or prolonged use. It is performed with a significant work load on system. Its key features are

It is a non-functional software testing. It is

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Definitive Guide To Writing Good Agile User Stories

User stories describe the actual customer requirements which are nothing but the functional requirements for developing a software product. How good you write a story is directly proportional to the efficient requirement gathering for building a product which ultimately reveals the quality of the product. In this article, we are going to discuss on how to write good agile user stories and what should and should not be included as a part of user story.

Agile user story is not

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Starting Performance Testing: What Metrics To Use?

Today is an era of web (www: World Wide Web) where everything is available is now available on web. Today every organisation uses web not only to provide services to their client but also running their own business functions online. These days web is in very high demand due to its hassle free availability. The users are really concerned about responsive time of the websites. If any page takes more than 3 sec to load, it is regarded as slow

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