Essentially it is a branch of software engineering but SE itself is too large an umbrella. I was curious if there was a title for the knowledge base that encompasses TDD, BDD, mocks/stubs/spys, unit ...
I should define a testing strategy and environments and I have encountered rather terminology issue (but might well be my fault) so I hope someone will correct me here. We are using INT environment ...
Studying this subject extensively, the most books state the following: Quality Assurance: prevention activity. Act of inspection, reviewing.. Quality Control: testing While there are some ...
I have forgotten a slang programming term. This thing is an intentional bug or a decoy feature used as a distraction. An example usage, "Hey Bob, QA is doing a review today. Put a $THING into the ...
I'm currently working some testing for a particular area of an application. I had to write some automated tests for a particular feature but due to the circumstances, this was not easy to do. When I ...
According to ISTQB (and few more sources + wiki ), a defect/bug is the actual cause of error in software, e.g. incorrect statement, logical or semantic error. The actual definion is: a flaw in the ...
So I have been a bit lost in the terms, so first of all I present you what I have learned so far: System requirements specification - what users want, what the system should do Functional requirement ...
In the company I'm working for the phrase Dog-1 is used for the software testing scenario where the first piece of data passes through the complete system. Has anyone heard this phrase in a similar ...
I generally have different types of tests that I work with - the standard types: Unit Tests (testing basic functionality of classes, methods etc) and Integration Tests (testing how multiple components ...
Recently a new director of my department came in and expressed his wish that we become a "center of excellence". I expected that since he is my first boss who actually has a programming background ...