Test Cases - are they dead?
Test Cases are as old as functional testing is. They are powerful artifacts but also possibly the biggest source of time and money waste in test industry.
Cargo Cult and other modern diseases of the contemporary QA world
An old doctor is examining a patient.
- Well.... Good... Good.... Very good...
- Doctor, what is good?
- Good, that it's not me.
This talk is about the three most typical "illnesses" of the modern technological society. All of them discovered in the last century, they put its deep roots in QA matter too. What are they? What are the symptoms? How to cure them? Go to this short and dynamical talk to learn the answers to these questions.
Good luck and stay healthy, of course!
Radio QA going Live - "Strategic Customer and IT"
A round table conducted by Radio QA Podcast Team with the very special guest - Yuri Zisser, one of the most successful belarussian IT entrepreneur, founder and owner of the tut.by web portal.
What gurus don't tell and Google can't find - the nuances of Severity and Priority
- We use only the "Sevriority".We did it always this way!
- What for? Our manager always decides alone.
- He's rejected my "crtical" again, bastard!
After listening to the talk, it will no more be possible for you to justify using unusable system for defects evaluation and prioritising.
I'll introduce you the working methods for it.
There are of cause place for fine-tuning for you own project.
This talk is going to close the books on Severity&Priority issues.
No-Test-Cases method: get rid of test cases in testing
Got annoyed writing, managing and executing the test cases? Excellent, then we are in the same team!
Method "No-Test-Cases" is not a new secret innovation of NASA, it is used in one way on another by different test managers and test designers in the current projects already.
But despite of the growing criticism towards the test-cases in twitter and blogs of the testing experts, this method is still not
described at ISTQB or IEEE, and not preached by test evangelists at their sites.
This interactive presentation tries to systematize the good and the bad on the test-cases, and suggests the alternative approach. It also compares the new approach with test-cases based method, with explorative testing and with checklist-based testing.
This presentation targets the test and project managers, test-designers and any testers with project experience of using the test-cases.