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Regression Testing – Strategic and Risk-driven, Can You Afford Not To?

Planning your testing effort for the next project: How much time do you have?  How many people do you have?  _How_ big was that scope again? As testing is virtually always constrained with not enough time, not enough people, not … Continue reading

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Why Estimate Testing If You Are Just Given A Box To Work Within?

Sharing an answer to a couple of recent customer queries in hopes that it is generally useful as well: Often in discussing the value of estimating test efforts, a comment is made by someone that there is no point in … Continue reading

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Rapid Test Case Prioritization

It is a common theme in software projects and testing in particular that there is never enough time to do all that you need to do. Given the limited time that you have available, how can you know that you … Continue reading

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