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September 25, 2009  10:00 AM

What is the ‘unit to measure’ your project progress?



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
Development, implementation, live run, project closure, project execution, project feedback, project initiation, project management, project milestone, project phase, Project Planning, project progress, project task, project team, QC, quality control, sign-off, Software Project, test report, testing, UAT

A project starts with initiation phase and ends up with project closure report. Then afterwards there is post project feedback (after a considerable amount of time given to the customer to get conversant with the product) and warranty support followed by support contracts over a period of time. ...

July 20, 2009  10:00 AM

Responsibility of a tester – a different perspective



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
bugs report, code writing, coding, customer requirement, developer, Development, development team, product quality, project management, QC, quality, quality control, software product, Software Project, software quality, test case, test report, tester, testing report

The responsibility of a tester is to ensure the peace of mind of the end users who are going to use the software product. Another target should be to safeguard customer's investment in the product. In order to discharge this responsibility, the tester should focus all his skills on understanding...


July 15, 2009  10:00 AM

Who owns the Q-Tag in a software development company?



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
Bug, bugs report, business analyst, development team, implementation team, product approval, project implementation, project management, project management framework, project methodology, project team, Q-tag, QA, QC, quality assurance, quality control, Quality-tag, re-testing, software build, software implementation, Software Project, stakeholder, team, test report, testing, testing team

In any software development and implementation company there is always a need of quality assurance and quality control people who own the responsibility of setting the right methodology and framework for development and implementation (QA), bugs identification and product approval (QC). Usually...


July 13, 2009  10:00 AM

Five phases of Performance Testing



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
benchmarking, bottleneck, execution, load modeling, load testing, performance testing, Project Lifecycle, quality control, scripting, Software Project, software testing, stress testing, test case, test execution, Test Plan, test report, test script, test strategy, testing, testing component, testing lifecycle, testing parameter, testing phase, testing report, testing script, testing tool, volume testing

As in a software project, the complete project lifecycle comprises of different phases. Similarly the performance testing lifecycle also comprises of various phases. Performance testing is usually, as the name suggests, is done to evaluate or examine the performance of the software product with the...


March 6, 2009  9:42 AM

Why software testing effort estimation is important after functional specifications finalization phase?



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
bug report, bug-proofing, bugs report, business process, business rule, developer, development team, functional coverage, functional specifications, functional specifications finalization, quality standards, sizing of software testing effort, software development, software testing, software testing effort estimation, test case, test estimation guidelines, Test Plan, test plan guidelines, test report, test result, testcase, tester, testing, testing effort, testing guidelines, testing knowledge, testing plan, testing time-line, testing timeline

If we go by quality standards the sizing of software testing effort has to be done before the tester(s) start writing the test cases for the purpose. The estimate will clearly draw out of the functional specifications signed off between the customer and vendor. Without sizing the Testing manager...


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