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Needed: A proper explanation of the V Model for Software Developement [duplicate]

Wikipedia defines the V-Model as follows: The V-model represents a software development process (also applicable to hardware development) which may be considered an extension of the waterfall ...
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How to introduce testing in the development cycle

In our company, we are only two IT staffs, and I'm the only developper. I'm developping rich intranet applications using plain php and extjs as javascript framework. Our development cycle is usually ...
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Software process of small company [closed]

I'm wondering how should testing take place in small teams (or start-up teams). I'm talking 5-10 developers that are assigned to multiple development tasks. From my experience there is little to ...
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Why it is not recommended to post several defects in the same issue / ticket?

I am not sure if this is the place to ask the following conceptual question (Stackoverflow is definitely not). I saw this question in a multiple choice exam (single answer), similar to the ISTQB ...
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Improve Bad testing [closed]

We have a large team of developers and testers. The ratio is one tester for every one developer. We have full bug tracking and reporting systems in place. We have test plans in place. Every change ...
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Developing with confidence without a real development environment

I've recently been hired for a project that involves working with and around several third-party "enterprise" systems. Due to what I imagine would be the astronomical cost and effort required to build ...
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How important are unit tests in software development? [closed]

We are doing software testing by testing a lot of I/O cases, so developers and system analysts can open reviews and test for their committed code within a given time period (e.g. 1 week). But when ...
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Does software testing methodology rely on flawed data?

It’s a well-known fact in software engineering that the cost of fixing a bug increases exponentially the later in development that bug is discovered. This is supported by data published in Code ...
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How to test a program in an efficient way? [closed]

I know that a writing test case is one of the way to do some programming level testing, but how to test some careless mistake? or how to reduce? For example, a buttonA, should perform ActionA, but ...
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Good workflow for software development with scrum and continuous integration

I'm studying an approach to understand better how the continuous integration workflow fits better in a software development company with the scrum method. I'm thinking something like this: Would ...
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Why there is a testing team? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why to let / not let developers test their own work Developers develop the code and software. Ya that means they know very well of what they have done. But why there is ...
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Should code reviewers test as part of the review? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: trust factor in code review Where I work, we have very few rules about what constitutes a code review. In addition to going through the code, I tend to briefly test out ...
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Acceptance tests done first…how can this be accomplished?

The basic gist of most Agile methods is that a feature is not "done" until it's been developed, tested, and in many cases released. This is supposed to happen in quick turnaround chunks of time such ...
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Why to let / not let developers test their own work

I want to gather some arguments as to why letting a developer testing his/her own work as the last step before the product goes into production is a bad idea, because unfortunately, my place of work ...
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Programmers doing testing

I am wondering how typical it is for programmers to switch hats and do testing on each other's work. Assume that the team wants to take a "shared responsibility" approach to moving tasks from being ...
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How do you QA and release software quickly with a large team?

My work used to be a smaller team. We had less than 13 devs for a while. We are now growing rapidly, and are over 20 with plans to be over 30 in a few months. Our process for QA'ing and releasing ...
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Should developers be involved in testing phases?

we are using a classical V-shaped development process. We then have requirements, architecture, design, implementation, integration tests, system tests and acceptance. Testers are preparing test cases ...
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How To Know When To Stop Testing?

I know this is a very very basic question. For some software applications there are a large almost infinitely high number of test cases for an application. It is not practical to test all those test ...
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Is it correct to fix bugs without adding new features when releasing software for system testing?

This question is to experienced testers or test leads. This is a scenario from a software project: Say the dev team have completed the first iteration of 10 features and released it to system ...
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Which format is best for the first prototype not on paper? [closed]

Console app (my favorite), quick & sloppy form, MS Paint (for GUI); what works best most of the time for your standard application? why?