A Better Way to Test – 7

A better way to Test – 7 In our last blog we discussed, testing to risk. One of the methods we mentioned to address Risk was testing, even if it was not the only method. However, stating that we should test and actually completing the task are two different...

Negative Testing

Negative Testing In many software testing scenarios, testers can use positive testing and/ or negative testing methods. Positive testing means that the item being tested reacts as expected when the expected input is entered. Negative testing typically means that the...

Test Conditions

Test Conditions is a term that has multiple definitions. For the sake of this blog, we are going to define them as the equivalent of (Low Level) Test Objectives and state that they are One-Line statements of what is going to be tested. (High level Test Objectives may...

Examples of Verification in Software Testing

In our last blog post, we included a list of Examples of Verification without going into too much detail. In this blog we will take a couple of those verification list items and expand on them. The examples of verification that most tend to impact software testers...