Testing Is To Find Errors The 1st principle is "Testing is the process of executing a program with the intent of finding errors". The 1st edition has "finding an error" rather than "finding errors". The problem people have with this principle is they believe that testing is about showing that a program or system works. … Continue reading Testing Principles
Many projects go live without going through UAT, with a variety of reasons given to support the decision not to do so. Here are five reasons with a discussion of how they fit against the five project characteristics: Scope, Resource, Time, Quality and Risk. 1) The Project is Late Lack of Time is the most … Continue reading Five Reasons Not To Do UAT (User Acceptance Testing)
If you need to prepare yourself to enter ISTQB Exam you need to review samples questions and how to answer this questions , But , be Careful you must at least read the ISTQB Syllabus and you can find it in this link http://www.istqb.org/downloads/viewdownload/16/15.html and about the Questions you will find many questions & answers … Continue reading Prepare yourself to be ISTQB Certified
Testers are very enthusiastic at the beginning of their career. But when learning curve is saturated they start feeling bored. They quickly get tired of writing same bug reports and executing same test cases again and again. They simply don’t feel challenged. Almost all testers have this feeling in their career at some point. Especially … Continue reading 16 Things to Do When You’re Bored of Testing
http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/Australia/2012/DEV326 The Agile Planning tools in Visual Studio 2012 and Team Foundation Server 2012 offer fantastic value to agile teams. In this session you’ll see how you can customize them and make them fit the way you team works better. We’ll also look at some other useful template customizations and how to get … Continue reading Agile Planning Tools in Team Foundation Server 2012 – Make them your Own
On the day of the Visual Studio global launch, I enjoyed the event with our MEA ALM Community team, we celebrated together with the launch and we launched our MEA ALM Community website (Hands-On Visual Studio) Hands-On Visual Studio is a great website that will provide videos, labs and many other things with multi-lingual support, I believe it will become one of the primary resources for developers all over … Continue reading Hands-On Visual Studio now online!