A test plan outlines the approach for testing a specific feature before it is delivered to the customer. There are folks who take a different approach to creating test plans depending on factors like business needs, based on automation frameworks available and the metrics to be measured. By considering Netflix subscription and cancellation as an example I am sharing my thought process for creating a test plan.
“Do testers read research papers?” And “if yes, what type of research papers do they read?” “Why do they think it is important?” “why doesn't someone think it as important”, this article is based on few observations based on the responses of a LinkedIn post about testing and research papers.
"Everyone knows better than me", "There may be tons of articles written on the same topic", "Will people read my article if I also write about the same".. Questions like these lead to writer's block. This article is a brief explanation on how I overcome writers block and those fears.
Sharing some thoughts that are helpful to newbies who start the testing profession and don’t know how to explore the big ocean
Few workout ideas for companies to run lean, save and remain fit for the future with a focus on testing aspects