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Lesson 2

Choosing the Right testing type
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Artem Vasiuk

on 16 May 2014

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Transcript of Lesson 2

What is web?
Installation
CrossBrowser
Performance
Complexity
Cautions
Testing Classification:
Method
Object

Level
Form

Phase
Goal

Person
Tool

Knowledge base
Procedure
What?
When?
Where?
Who?
What?
Methods:
- White box
- Black box
- Grey box
Object:
- Functional testing
- UI testing
- Usability testing
- Compatibility testing
- Localization testing
- Performance testing
- Security testing
When?
Phase:
- Smoke testing
- Functional testing
- Regression testing
- Acceptance testing
Goal:
- Positive testing
- Negative testing
Where?
Levels:
- Unit level
- Integration testing
- System testing
- Acceptance testing
Form:
- Static testing
- Dynamic testing
Who?
Person:
- Alpha testing
- Beta testing
Tool:
- Manual testing
- Automated testing
Practice
Lock & Key
Coffee Vending
Cell Phone
Cockpit
Typical IT Projects:
WEB
DESKTOP
What is desktop?
Installation
CrossPlatform
Performance
Complexity
Cautions
.
.
.
.
.
Testing Types
Mobile?
about
What
How?
Knowledge base:
- Formal testing
- Exploratory testing
Procedure:
- Verification
- Validation
How?
Some
Analysis
Coding
Testing
Release
- Static
- Formal
- White box
- Unit level
- Integration level
- Smoke
- Automated
- Black/Grey box
- Functional/Non-Functional
- System level
- Dynamic
- Regression
- Positive/Negative
- Alpha
- Manual
- Exploratory
- Verification
- Acceptance
- Beta
- Validation
Thank You!
artem.vasiuk@gmail.com
arty.vasyuk
Summary
1. Testing types can and should be organized
2. Choose the correct one for your needs
3. Apply it in the right time
4. Think wider
TesterBootCamp
What is SDLC
Testing goals on each stage
Skills expected from Tester
Profit from Tester
Lesson 1
Testing types
The right one, The right time
Differences in platforms
Type per phase of a SDLC
Lesson 2
*past
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