Posted by muthu on May 14th, 2013 at 2:45 pm
In Manual Testing, Testers will test the Application by executing the Test cases manually without requiring any automation tools. Manual testing will take significant time to cover all the requirements. So, it is very important to write test cases effectively to cover all the requirements while keeping number of test cases at minimum level. Let us see how to write test cases for testing an application.
What is Test Case ?
Test case is “Documentation specifying inputs, p...
Posted by muthu on April 22nd, 2013 at 6:37 am
In Early Days, Software Testing Tools are very demand and very less in the market. Nowadays there are many tools available in market like Commercial tools and Open Source Tools. Find below the list of Software Testing Tools.
The tools are divided into different categories as follows:
Test Management tools
Functional Testing Tools
Load Testing Tools or Performance Testing tools
Find below the list of Testing Tools that are Top and Best Tools in both Open Source (Free T...
Posted by muthu on April 3rd, 2013 at 7:00 am
Manual testing is the process of manually testing software for the errors and bugs in it. It needs a tester to play the role of an end user. At the time of manual testing tester need only test case and with the information how to execute those test case. Manual testing is crucial for testing software applications more thoroughly.
In today’s technical world, most of the software engineering projects rely on manual testing only as it involves a demanding and accurate testing procedure.
Posted by QTP on May 26th, 2012 at 4:42 pm
Personally I had worked in various software development projects ranging from small projects to big projects.
For any kind of project, the ultimate purpose will be delivering Quality Product on Time within Budget. It is applicable for any kind of project. Each project will be unique and therefore each project will require different approaches to achieve these things.
But, certain things will be common for any kind of project to deliver Quality Product. I am listing those common best pract...
Posted by QTP on February 14th, 2012 at 4:09 pm
Test Management Tools are very important for effectively managing your Requirements, Test case preparation & execution and Bug reporting.
There are many Test Management Tools available on the market, a few example of which include HP Quality Center and IBM Rational Quality Manager.
HP Quality Center is sold as a web based Tool, but in order to allow users to access it from the web browser, it needs to be installed in an in-house server. Quality Center also requires installing some Acti...
Posted by QTP on February 12th, 2012 at 3:40 pm
Few years back, we have developed an Automatic Resume Submission Script.
i-e If a job seeker enters his Resume details in one place, the script will automatically create User Accounts in many U.S job sites for him, and it will automatically post his Resume details in all these Job Sites.
This Kind of Script development is NOT an easy task. It involves lot of complexities. And, we haven't started doing it properly. Initially we did similar script for one particular customer as a custom deve...
Posted by QTP on December 21st, 2011 at 5:17 pm
Linked is a professional networking site used by huge number of professionals.
It seems small bugs are there in this kind of website too. Today I asked a question about QTP certification in LinkedIn and wanted to share this question to the Quality Assurance related LinkedIn Groups. While choosing the Group name I wrongly selected "SEO" group instead of "Software Testing" Group name.
So, I wanted to delete the SEO group name. But I couldn't delete it as the icon for deleting the name is NOT...
Posted by QTP on November 21st, 2011 at 11:22 am
‘Risk’ is a word that we always carry with us at every phase – be it personal or professional. Whatever we do, wherever we go, risks always exist.
If we talk about business, there is a risk of failure; but at the same time, by taking the risks, there are chances of great success as well. We can’t avoid any future uncertainty; but yes, the impact of loss can be minimized by analyzing and planning the strategy to handle it in advance. This is Risk Management - identify/analyze the risks...
Posted by QTP on September 23rd, 2011 at 10:05 am
I used to get emails from Software Testers who bought my eBook about Software Testing and QTP Automation.
Most of the people ask me about QTP Certification. They want to know whether QTP Certification will help them to get good job, and they want to know how to get QTP Certification, how much money they need to spend for getting QTP certification, where to get mock tests and model question papers, what are the various certifications available for QTP certification, where to get syllabus for...
Posted by QTP on September 16th, 2011 at 2:27 pm
Find below the collection of useful websites, Blogs and Forums for learning Software Testing. Let us know if you want to add any other useful Software Testing Resource in this list.
And, you can mention your favorite Software testing related website thro' the comments section. We will rearrange the order of this list based on comments. i-e We will keep the the website which receives most number of positive comments.