Review of the Year – Manual Testing

Review of the Year – Manual Testing Manual Testing is something that seems to be on the minds of many Quality Assurance Managers and Test Leads. Usually they want out of the Manual Testing and view Automated Testing (Blog planned for next week) as the saviour of their budget and time constraints. However, judging by… Continue reading Review of the Year – Manual Testing

Selecting Software to run your business – 3

Implementation is by far the most interesting and challenging part of Selecting Software to run your business. This is where the details become major problems and resistance to change can derail the entire project. It is crucial to do the following: Get everyone on side. Get a champion (or champions). Anticipate the issues. Address the… Continue reading Selecting Software to run your business – 3

System Boundary Diagram

System Boundary Diagrams sometimes come up in the context of a Use Case and sometimes in the context of Software Testing. Either way they are a useful in the¬†effort expended when determining what to test. While the ‘normal’ System Boundary Diagram shows the boundaries of the system and thus the boundaries of the testing, we… Continue reading System Boundary Diagram