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Checklists & Mind Maps

Checklists Checklists in software testing are structured lists of items or tasks used to guide and organize the testing process. These checklists help testers ensure that they have covered all essential aspects of a software application, reducing the likelihood of missing crucial test cases or functionalities. They act as a memory aid and provide a

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Regression Testing

Regression testing is a type of testing performed to ensure that any modifications, updates, or bug fixes made to a software application do not adversely impact its existing functionality. The primary objective of regression testing is to confirm that previously working features continue to operate as expected after changes have been introduced. Regression testing should

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Manual & Automated Testing

Automated and manual testing are equally important because they address different aspects of the software testing process and complement each other’s strengths and weaknesses. Using both methods in a well-rounded testing strategy helps ensure that the software is thoroughly tested, delivering a high-quality and reliable product to end-users. Manual Testing Manual testing is a process

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Shift Left Testing

Hey there, fellow software tester! Let’s talk about something that’s been revolutionizing the way we approach testing – left shift testing! So what is left shift testing, you ask? Well, it’s a way of bringing testing to the forefront of the software development process, rather than treating it as an afterthought. Instead of waiting until

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Why Agile Is So Popular?

Welcome to the world of Agile! If you’re new to this innovative approach to project management or just looking to brush up on your knowledge, you’ve come to the right place. In this comprehensive blog post, we’ll introduce Agile, compare it to traditional project management, explain its principles, explore team roles and responsibilities, share planning

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