Frequently Asked Questions

Quality assurance is the process of planning and defining how to monitor and implement quality (testing) processes within a team and organization. This method defines and establishes the quality standards of the projects. The main focus is on finding bugs as the test teams work as a quality watchdog.
The test strategy is at a higher level, mostly created by the project manager, which demonstrates the general approach to testing for the entire project, while the test plan describes how testing should be done for a particular application, included in a project.
Software testing lifecycle refers to a testing process that has specific steps that must be executed in a defined sequence to ensure that quality objectives are met.
The test case format should include:
Test Case ID
Description of the test case
Build version
Steps to execute
Expected results
Current results
The most suitable solution would be to immediately create a test case for the defect, included this in the regression suite. This way we ensure that the error is not reintroduced.
There are three software testing methods and they are as follows:

Black box testing: This is a testing strategy based solely on requirements and specifications. Prior knowledge of structures, internal paths, and/or implementation of the software being tested is not required.

White box testing: It is a testing strategy based on the stub, code structures, and implementation of the software being tested. White box tests generally require detailed programming knowledge.

Gray box testing: This strategy involves software debugging whereby the tester has little if any information, of the general details usually required/requested.
The lifecycle of a defect is a process where a defect goes through several phases, it begins when a defect is found and ends when a defect is closed, after ensuring that it does not reproduce. The life cycle of the bug or defect includes the steps illustrated in the following figure. If you want to learn in depth about the life cycle of failures, you can check out my article on the software testing tutorial.
A test case is nothing more than a set of conditions or variables under which a tester will determine whether a system under test meets the requirements or functions properly.
Functional testing includes:

1. Prepared before non-functional tests

2. Based on customer's requirements

3. Describe what the product does

Non-functional tests includes:

1. Performed after functional tests

2. Based on customer expectations

3. Describes how the product works
Usability tests are a testing methodology in which the end customer is asked to use the software to see if the product is easy to use, to see the customer's perception and the time of the task. A precise way to finalize the customer's point of view for usability is by using prototypes or software mock-ups during the initial stages.

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