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Testing Methods and Methodologies

April 24, 2020 admin Software Testing,

Software testing is an integral part of the software development life cycle (SDLC). Effectively and efficiently testing a piece of code is equally important, if not more, than writing it. So what is software testing? Well, for those of you who are new to software testing and quality assurance, here’s the answer to this question….

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Covid-19 : Impact on the Job Market in 2020

March 30, 2020 admin Software Testing,

Things are out of control in Canada and North America. With more than 6000 cases confirmed in Canada and with over 1000 just in Ontario, business looks very unpredictable in 2020.

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What is Selenium? The Basic Steps before a Learning Journey!

February 4, 2020 admin Software Testing,

For beginners and new bees, you should first know that Selenium is not a “SOFTWARE TESTING TOOL” like UFT, Rational Robot or Silk. Its a bunch of jar files which are open source (that means they are free) which can be used for performing an automated test effort on any web application.

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DevOps – Software Testing Trends for 2020

January 14, 2020 admin Software Testing,

Technology keeps changing, and so does the approach to how software applications need to be tested. Here are some trends that you should foresee to work in 2020.

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What will you test in 2019

March 4, 2019 admin Software Testing,

Technology has created our software-defined world of today. As technologies change and evolve, we see the rise of new software development trends to further augment this growth. 2018 was no exception.

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The Reuse Model

July 16, 2018 admin Software Testing,

The premise behind the Reuse Model is that systems should be built using existing components, as opposed to custom-building new components. The Reuse Model is clearly suited to Object-Oriented computing environments, which have become one of the premiere technologies in today’s system development industry.

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Incremental Model

July 16, 2018 admin Software Testing,

The incremental method is in many ways a superset of the Waterfall Model. Projects following the Incremental approach subdivide the requirements specifications into smaller buildable projects (or modules).

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The V-Model

July 16, 2018 admin Software Testing,

The V-Model is considered an extension of the Waterfall Model. The purpose of the “V” shape is to demonstrate the relationships between each phase of specification development and its associated dynamic testing phase. This model clearly shows the inverse relationship between how products move from high level concepts to detailed program code; then, dynamic testing […]

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The Waterfall Model

July 13, 2018 admin Software Testing,

The Waterfall Model is the earliest method of structured system development. Although it has come under attack in recent years for being too rigid and unrealistic when it comes to quickly meeting customer’s needs, the Waterfall Model is still widely used. It is attributed with providing the theoretical basis for other SDLC models because it […]

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The Ad-Hoc Development Model

July 13, 2018 admin Software Testing,

Early systems development often took place in a rather chaotic and haphazard manner, relying entirely on the skills and experience of the individual team members performing the work.

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