Monthly Archives: November 2012

Questions

Can you describe an ideal employee? What are the skills and attributes you value most for someone being hired for this position? What would you consider to be the most important aspects of this job?

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世界上最远的距离 – Khoảng cách xa nhất trên thế giới này – 黄丽冰 – Hoàng Lệ Băng

http://nhactq.blogspot.com/2012/11/khoang-cach-xa-nhat-tren-gioi-nay-hoang.html 世界上最远的距离 – 黄丽冰 The furthest distance way in the world – Huang Li Binh Khoảng cách xa nhất trên thế giới này – Hoàng Lệ Băng 世界上最远的距离 The furthest distance way in the world Khoảng cách xa nhất trên … Continue reading

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Performance Testing, Load Testing, Stress Testing

http://agiletesting.blogspot.com/2005/02/performance-vs-load-vs-stress-testing.html http://www.softwaretestingstuff.com/2011/09/performance-testing-vs-load-testing-vs.html Performance testing – It is performed to evaluate the performance of components of a particular system in a specific situation. It very wide term. It includes: Load Testing, Stress Testing, capacity testing, volume testing, endurance testing, spike testing, … Continue reading

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A Field Guide To Mobile App Testing

http://mobile.smashingmagazine.com/2012/10/22/a-guide-to-mobile-app-testing/

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Defect priority

Source: http://softwaretestingfundamentals.com/defect-priority/ Defect/Bug Priority Definition, Classification: Defect Priority (Bug Priority) indicates the importance or urgency of fixing a defect. Though priority may be initially set by the Software Tester, it is usually finalized by the Project/Product Manager. Priority can be categorized … Continue reading

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Defect Severity

Source: http://softwaretestingfundamentals.com/defect-severity/ Defect Severity or Impact is a classification of software defect (bug) to indicate the degree of negative impact on the quality of software. ISTQB Definition severity: The degree of impact that a defect has on the development or … Continue reading

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Scenarios

A scenario is a description of a person’s interaction with a system. Scenarios help focus design efforts on the user’s requirements, which are distinct from technical or business requirements. Scenarios may be related to ‘use cases’, which describe interactions at … Continue reading

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