Category: Testing roundup

On the Kanban board was a sticky showing me what to test. Zoom out. Zoom in. The test plan had acceptance criteria for this functionality. I picked the first criterion. Zoom out. Zoom in. In the knowledge management system I went to the test department and clicked to the application section. Then I looked for…

Functional Testing: What You Need to Know Right Now

What is Functional Testing? As part of the Quality Assurance process, functional testing is a testing prerequisite for assessing precisely how the system functions. A system comprises of several components that must all work individually, and also mutually, for robust functioning. These aspects must be verified through in-depth functional testing. In functional testing, each component…

Recurring situation in my family. “Where is dad?” “He is taking a picture.” Moments later: “What did you see?” “I saw something funny.” In my previous blog post I wrote about Fieldstones. Jerry Weinberg used the metaphor of building a wall using Fieldstones to describe the writing of a story. I have to be mindful…

Adventures in Empathy – Simulating mild vision loss with the Cambridge Inclusive Design Toolkit

Last year, I spent a fair amount of my presentation time talking about ideas behind Inclusive Design, and how the both enhance and help contribute to performing Accessibility testing. One of the resources I suggested was the Inclusive Design Toolkit developed and used by the University of Cambridge. In addition to a wealth of information…

A collection of recommended weekly reading about testing.

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