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The Defect Life Cycle in Software Testing

Defect Life Cycle Software Testing

The defect life cycle is a sequence of steps that software testers use to find bugs or defects and then track them until fixed and signed off.

What is Requirement Analysis in STLC

Requirement Analysis in STLC

Requirement analysis in stlc is the vital first step that defines what is expected of a product and confirms agreement between all parties.

What is a Requirements Traceability Matrix?

Requirement traceability matrix

A requirements traceability matrix helps track requirements and associated test cases visually to ensure no tests or errors are overlooked.

Test Debt – What is it and Why it Matters

Test Debt

Test debt is extra time needed to clear a testing schedule backlog that can be caused by poor planning, expediency or a lack of resources.

Basis Path Testing in Software Testing

Basis Path Testing

Basis path testing in software testing is used for assessing how many test cases to run by identifying all feasible paths a user might take.

What is SOX Compliance Testing?

SOX Compliance Testing

SOX Compliance Testing validates controls and processes used in SOX auditing. It also tests any code changes to enable accurate accounting.

How To Write Good Requirements (With Example)

How To Write Good Requirements

It’s essential to know how to write good requirements as a software tester because requirements influence the quality of the end product.

A Guide to Compliance Testing

Compliance Testing Guide

All products benefit from quality testing before release, but some require compliance testing to ensure safety, security, or legal adherence.

What is End to End Testing? (E2E Testing)

What is End-to-End Testing

End to end testing is a software testing method that confirms the entire system and all its components function well together as expected.

Integration Testing: What is it? – A Full Guide

Integration testing

Integration testing checks that each unit, from small bug fixes to a large third-party addition, works as intended with the complete system.

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