For the last couple of days I had the luxury to work with Mac devices, which was bit tedious at first. However just like the other cases, It gets quite interesting once you know more about Mac OSs. Here in this blog post, I would like to share few tips which could helpful for anyone… Continue reading Working with a Mac OS – 1
Before even go further, I must emphasize that even though I’ve listed this under the Software Testing 101 article series, This is not a testing type performed by the QA Engineers. Unit testing is performed by Developers.Unit Testing : In this phrase, a unit can refer to a function, individual program or even procedure. Biggest… Continue reading Software Testing 101 : Unit Testing
Today I’m going to talk about one of the widely used to testing type. That is Regression Test. According to ISTQB (International Software Testing Quality Board), Regression testing is, Testing of a previously tested program following modification to ensure that defects have not been introduced or uncovered in unchanged areas of the software, as a… Continue reading Software Testing 101 : Testing types
ISTQB® –This might be the most widely used word in QA community, probably after ‘bug’ ( or ‘Automation’ ) 😉 What is ISTQB? ISTQB stands for International Software Testing Qualifications Board. They are offering set of examinations to evaluate QA professionals across the world. So basically, It’s like SCJP OCJP for Java Developers or MCTS for .NET developers. Why people prefer to do ISTQB… Continue reading ISTQB
JMeter is a tool that can be used as a load testing tool for analyzing and measuring the performance of various services/web based applications. JMeter is a 100% pure Java application -that means you can run JMeter anywhere you can run Java. JMeter can be used to load and performance test in many different servers/protocols… Continue reading Performance Testing with JMeter – Part I
Test Automation is the use of software to control the execution of tests. Test Automation is the best way to increase the effectiveness, efficiency and coverage of the software testing. Manual software testing is done by a human sitting in front of a computer, going through the set of screens/ checking the logics. Automated software… Continue reading Software Testing 101 – Test Automation
What do you want to be when you grow up ? When someone asked me that question, I always tell I wanted to be a software tester! No, Absolutely not! In fact, even in university I wasn’t sure what I wanted to be. I had a subject in software quality assurance in my degree, which impressed… Continue reading Why I became a tester ?
A set of input values, execution preconditions, expected results and execution post conditions, developed for a particular objective or test condition, such as to exercise a particular program path or to verify compliance with a specific requirement Above is the definition from official ISTQB glossary, but in a simple term test case is a set… Continue reading Software Testing 101 – Test Case
Have you ever experienced a message saying politely that you have no privileges to perform an action? I am pretty much sure that all of you may have that experience. Like for an example, suddenly your DB server stopped you have to restart the server to continue your work, but the remote user which you… Continue reading Access denied – Call ‘chmod’, May be ?