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How to Pass an ISTQB Exam

How to pass ISTQB Exam

Becoming ISTQB certified can feel challenging but with supportive tips and good advice, you can plan how to pass an ISTQB exam successfully.

ISTQB Software Testing Courses & Certifications

ISTQB Software testing courses

ISTQB software testing courses offer globally recognized certifications. However, some favor experience as the best way to prove competency.

Black Box vs White Box Testing – What’s the Difference?

Black Box vs White Box Testing

Black box vs white box testing; what are the differences? Black checks the product works properly, and white ensures it’s built properly.

White Box Testing – Guide, Tools, and Techniques

White Box Testing

White box testing is a method for assessing a build’s internal structure. Code, architecture and design are checked, but not functionality.

STLC (Software Testing Life Cycle) – Overview & Phases

Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC)

The Software Testing Life Cycle helps testers to structure and organise their testing process. Each STLC stage has entry and exit criteria.

Black Box Testing – Techniques, Tools, and Tips

Black Box Testing

Black box testing assesses a product’s functionality from the user’s perspective. The aim is to ensure a positive experience with no flaws.

What is Regression Testing? Definition and Guide

What is Regression Testing?

Regression testing should be done after every code change to ensure the update has not negatively affected any other part of the product. 

An Overview of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Software Development Life Cycle

Our overview of the software development life cycle explains how the SDLC gives structure and direction to the software development process.

Verification vs Validation – What’s the difference?

Verification vs Validation

In software testing, verification vs validation can be confusing, but we need to understand because both processes have different purposes.

Testing Mind Maps – An Introduction

Mind Maps

Mind maps are a visual way of breaking down a big problem into more manageable units. Testing mind maps are used by QA to plan testing.

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