Cause-Effect Graphing

Cause-Effect Graphing

Cause-effect graphing is a process of selecting highly efficient test cases in a systematic way. These represent combinations of condition outcomes. It has positive side effect aiding to point out the incompleteness and ambiguity in the original specifications. Ad hoc Read more

Testing Interactions

Testing Interactions

The interactions of components means the interactions between objects during the iteration, for example, when one object is passed to another object as a parameter, or when one object has a reference to another object as some part of its Read more

Scaling Your Website

Scaling Your Website

At present, scaling usually means one of two options: vertical scaling or horizontal scaling. Vertical scaling refers to increasing the capacity of servers: faster CPUs, better architectures, more cores, more memory, etc. Horizontal scaling means simply increasing the number of Read more

Testing Perspective

Testing Perspective

The testing perspective is a way of taking a look at any development build and assessing its validity. The person who checks work products from this very perspective, thoroughly investigates the software and all of its representations to detect errors. Read more